Participatory Solutions for Human Flourishing Progress Reports Released!
Over the past 6 months interdisciplinary teams of students, educators, and community co-designers employed an equity-centered innovation approach to create solutions across social sectors, elevating the voices of stakeholders who have traditionally been excluded from problem-solving and decision-making processes. Below are progress reports across team social sectors.
What if Durham community members, local organizations, and policymakers collaboratively develop inclusive and actionable climate resiliency solutions that incorporate the community’s wants and needs?
What if there were established, easily accessible models for engaging Duke students in technology volunteerism?
What if high school educators could intuitively integrate ethical decision-making into technical project work in existing computer science curriculum?
What if we could help necessity driven entrepreneurs succeed by growing Helius’ Launch Durham program & the wider, blossoming Durham entrepreneurial ecosystem?