BSOS is offering a new course! Below is a description of the course.
BSOS 388B Innovation and Social Change: Do Good Now
Tuesday 2:00-4:30 PM
Explore the many mechanisms for achieving social impact through social
innovation. This is team-based, highly interactive and dynamic course that
provides an opportunity for students to generate solutions to a wide range of
problems facing many communities today. This course deepens the students
understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation practices by guiding them
through the creation and implementation process as applied to a project idea of
their choice. These projects serve as the laboratory to implement topics such
as design systems thinking, developing and communicating a strategy and goals,
project management and implementation skills, teamwork and talent management,
fundraising and revenue generation, marketing and partner development,
leadership skills and project sustainability. For more information, visit dogood.umd.edu.
This is a Fearless
Ideas course offered in collaboration with PUAF388D and HONR348D.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award provides one-time awards of up to $1,000 to undergraduate or graduate students whose ability to succeed at our institution may be challenged by some personal or family circumstance. Scholarships will be awarded each fall and each spring semester to one or more deserving students. Applications and nominations for Spring 2015 award are being accepted through January 4, 2015.
For more information please visit http://www.josephmitchell.umd.edu
CCJS Advising has updated the Supporting Sequence list. We have added supplemental pages that list approved special topics courses. If you register or are registered for one of the new special topics courses, please contact CCJS Advising via e-mail (email@example.com) and we will add the Supporting Sequence courses to your Degree Navigator. The new list is attached to this post.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Just a reminder that Chief David Mitchell will be presenting at our meeting TODAY, November 18 at 5PM in Margaret Brent B room in Stamp. Please make sure you get there on time, and come ready to hear from Chief Mitchell about his experiences as Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police for the University of Maryland, College Park Campus. With over 4 decades working in law enforcement, he will certainly be able to give us valuable insight into the field based on his experiences.
Please feel free to bring any friends, CCJS or not. It would be awesome to have a strong showing for this event, so please try to get there if you can! Let me know if you have any questions.
I am looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
Jennifer Meade, CJSA President