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This playlist explores the issues related to this year's theme, Equity and Access: Education, Housing, and Healthcare. Watching these TED Talks is a great place to begin to learn about how experts in the field are already addressing these issues in their own communities.
Expand Your Knowledge
This year's Just Read! selection, $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, discusses the lived experiences of the nearly 1.5 million American households surviving on virtually no cash income. Film screenings, discussions, and other events have been planned to explore the themes of this book and how the USD community can take action.
Learn about the Issues
The first step to addressing global challenges is awareness. Take a look at these infographics to learn more about the disparities in access to healthcare, education, and housing.
Changemaker Challenge Application
Applications are due November 19, 2018.
Submit your application here.
For any questions on the Changemaker Challenge or issues with this application, please email email@example.com
We are excited to have new judges join us this year!
Dayanne Izmirian, PhD – Director of Community & Leadership Development
Jeffery Cirillo– Competitive Sports and Facilities Supervisor
Manda Sayegh– Assistant Director of Student Organizations and Involvement
Philip Gamaghelyan, PhD– Assistant Professor of Peace Studies
Mary Durkin, PhD– Assistant Professor of Accounting
Martha Fuller, PhD, PPCNP-BC– Associate Professor of Nursing
Sarah Lyon, PhD– Assistant Professor of Accounting
Marcus Lam, PhD– Assistant Professor, SOLES
Moriah Meyskens, PhD– Clinical Professor of Management
Corin Thornburg– USD Alumna, M.A. in Social Innovation
Bianca Alvarado– USD Alumna, M.A. in Social Innovation
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