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Measuring and Creating Excellence in Schools: A Research Report
Social Enterprise News | December 09, 2010
The Social Enterprise Program releases a report discussing how to effectively measure success in schools to impact performance.
Justine Zinkin '02 and Thomas Campbell '09 featured in $100M pledge announcement by Henry Kravis '69
Social Enterprise News | October 15, 2010
Article by The Record, Columbia University, October 15, 2010
Bridging the Gap Between Nonprofits and Traditional Businesses
Social Enterprise News | June 25, 2010
With recent talks in Albany on benefit corporations, the SEP and Grameen Creative Lab are organizing a Social Business Lab.
MBA Grads Tackle Social Problems
Social Enterprise News | June 15, 2010
Being part of the solution is all the fashion on B-school campuses these days. For some MBA grads, it's more than a dream.
Bringing the Change: An Interview with Mike Brown '11, Co-Founder of Community Water Solutions
Social Enterprise News | May 27, 2010
Mike Brown '11, has a unique perspective on change, having already brought it to thousands of people's lives through his nonprofit. Ian Tyree at The Bottom Line interviewed the next co-president of the International Development Club to find out how he does it.
Charter Schools 101: Students get a better return on the dollar
Social Enterprise News | April 14, 2010
By Dan Gennaoui '11, from The Bottom Line.
Healthcare changes on the horizon. A conversation with Professor Linda Green
Social Enterprise News | September 25, 2009
Professor Linda Green speaks about healthcare and touches upon some of the changes proposed by the current presidential administration.
Summer Fellows lend essential business skills to organizations in NYC
Social Enterprise News | September 23, 2009
More than 50 MBA students spent the summer working with socially engaged organizations in NYC. Here's a recap of some of their work.
Social Enterprise Rising
Social Enterprise News | August 17, 2009
The Social enterprise field and Program at Columbia Business School examined, by Kimberly Kinchen, Hermes, Summer 2009.
Social Enterprise Summer Fellows
“My experience working with communities in India and Africa, as well as on developing public-private partnerships with government and non-profit agencies, convinced me of the need for innovative approaches to international development”
“I see entrepreneurs as the key leverage point in development, so interning at Ashoka made perfect sense.”
Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy
“This internship matched my interest in harnessing the power and resources in the for profit sector to effect social change.”