Social Innovation Fellowship

E&TIM student Courtney Their has been awarded the Carnegie Mellon Social Innovation Fellowshop the fellowship provides an opportunity for a group of graduate students to design, build and scale ideas that can have lasting and meaningful impact. The fellowship provides a select cohort of exceptional students interested in social innovation an opportunity to learn from government, university, and industry. It offers a platform to move students’ ideas from ideation to implementation by providing a “living laboratory” in which to test them.The outcome of the fellowship must be a new entrepreneurial venture or recommendations for further research to address a problem being faced by rural or urban populations.