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Social Innovation Survey: Informing Social Innovation at Humber

Tags: December 2021, Vol. 2, Issue 2

The Faculty of Social and Community Services has launched a Social Innovation Survey to support the development of Humber’s Centre of Social Innovation.

The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback from internal and external stakeholders to inform, shape and advance Humber’s Centre for Social Innovation. A broad range of stakeholders are invited to share their experiences, expertise, and perspectives including faculty, staff, students, community partners, and Program Advisory Committee members.

The Centre of Social Innovation will make up part of Humber’s network of Centres of Innovation (COIs) which is pioneering a new model of education that brings together interdisciplinary teams of faculty, students, and partners to solve complex, industry-relevant problems. Humber’s COIs are focused on five areas of strength and industry growth:

  • The Centre for Innovation in Health & Wellness
  • The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation
  • The Centre for Creative Business Innovation
  • The Longo Centre for Entrepreneurship
  • The Centre for Social Innovation

COIs foster experiential learning opportunities for Humber students and prepare them to become the innovative and strategic problem-solvers of tomorrow. Collectively, the COI Network bridges the gap between innovation and application, concepts and commercialization. The Network is supported by exceptional resources including six Faculties, each with a specialized focus; expertise in more than 180 program areas; 11 Centres of Excellence; and the Office of Research & Innovation.

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Help inform, shape and advance Social Innovation at Humber:

Complete the survey for your chance to win one of three $25 gift cards!

The Faculty of Social & Community Services

The Faculty of Social & Community Services provides leadership in cross-college social innovation activities in collaboration with a range of academic, community, and industry partners. For example, through 1.2 million dollars in funding through the College and Community Social Innovation Fund of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) faculty, together with community partners, are engaged in co-creating new locally driven solutions to today’s complex social challenges. To read more about these projects, click here.

Questions? Contact Stephanie Byer, Manager, International and Strategic Initiatives

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