Acknowledging the power of place: The necessity of mindfulness abroad

By Chris Perrin Dylan and I arrived in the early hours of May 25th and spent the day exploring the area, visiting local street venders, shops, and restaurants. The next day, as more Global Social Entrepreneurship (GSE) students arrived, we … Continue reading

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Urban issues and the role of SE in Bangalore

By Dylan Pederson The urban space that defines the rapidly growing city of Bangalore is like no other. Strewn with the stalls of hawkers, shops of every kind, and cars and motorcycles, the streets of Bangalore exhibit hopeful potential for … Continue reading

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Buy-One Give-One: Marketing strategies and sustainability

By Tom Helsel The first week working at Sattva in Bengaluru has been a busy one. My first day of work I had to leave early due to stomach illness, however on the second day I hit the ground running … Continue reading

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Inequality as structural violence

By Maite Knorr-Evans I am a Spanish and Global and International Studies major with a political science focus at the College of Wooster. In the fall of 2015, I took Dr. Kent Kille’s Peace Studies class as a part of … Continue reading

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An academic session on leveraging voluntarism

There are two components to the Indian field experience, an academic component and an experiential learning component which occurs mostly with our partner organizations. We bridge these two components with reflection, writing, and praxis. The academic component covers two themes: … Continue reading

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