On selected Fridays the Social Entrepreneurship Program hosts reflective talks during which speakers will respond to the prompt: “What matters to me, and why.” During these lunchtime conversations, students and other members of the Middlebury community will reflect on their own ‘story of self’ and offer insights about the challenges of effecting social change.
Lunch is provided for the first 25 attendees.
On Friday December 9th, Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science, Murray Dry will conclude our Fall series by sharing with us what matters to him and why
- Sponsored by:
- Center for Creativity, Innovaton and Social Entrepreneurship