Using Systems Thinking to Understand Complex Scenarios
Learn to see, make sense of, and navigate within complexity. Faculty member Dan McCarthy explains how and why complex systems thinking has been applied in many fields from operations research and organizational behavior to environmental policy.
Sharing Indigenous Knowledge Empowers Participants
Alumna Jessica Bolduc and other Social Innovation Residency participants are initiating experiential learning opportunities for their peers to shed light on their projects. Learn how self-expression and creativity helps support social innovation.
Photographer Cory Richards: Vulnerability is the Key to Great Art
Photographer Cory Richards takes adventure shots like no other, including a post-avalanche selfie that landed him on the cover of National Geographic. The key, according to him? Being vulnerable and shooting in between the moments.
What You Can Watch, Listen and Read to Learn More About Truth and Reconciliation
Here are some books, podcasts, songs and films you can watch, listen and read to learn more about the ever-important concept of Truth and Reconciliation. Then tune into the livestream of our Truth and Reconciliation Summit on October 29.