S: The Center for Social Value Creation
1: t | "The vision for the Smith School of Business is to be a world leader in generating new knowledge in the emerging global economic and business paradigm, and providing thought leadership to students, corporate executives, and policy makers so they can have impact in the world as agents of both economic prosperity and transformative social change." | G. "Anand" Anandalingman DEAN | G. "Anand" Anandalingman, Dean Robert H. Smith School of Business
2: Our mission is to develop global leaders with the desire and knowledge to use business as a vehicle for sustainable economic prosperity and transformative social change. Our vision is to create a new type of leader - individuals who go beyond simply responding and seek out opportunities to affect real change through industrious career paths and social enterprise.
3: Leadership Team | Melissa Carrier Executive Director | Guillermo Olivos Assistant Director | Kimberlee Robertella Program Manager
4: MBA Orientation August 2010 | We kicked off the school year with a full day of MBA Orientation dedicated to Creating Social Value. A keynote speaker and faculty panels discussed profitable, sustainable businesses and opportunities in emerging markets. Students ended the day with some friendly competition geared toward finding innovative solutions to address Millennium Development Goals.
5: Bollywood Comes to Smith | Bollywood actor Anupam Kher and Director of the Indian NGO Pratham Dr. Madhav Chavan, discussed mass volunteer mobilization to address gaps in India's education system. | September 22,2010
7: Social Media: Game Changer or World Changer? October 14, 2010 / November 8, 2010 This two part series explored the innovative and inspiring ways that social media can be harnessed to create global social and environmental changes as well as the challenges of mobilizing today's generation via technology.
8: The Grassroots.org Social Venture Consulting Program | The Grassroots.org Social Venture Consulting Program matches student consultants with nonprofit organizations to implment mission critical projects at no cost.
9: Student names and project description | Above: Students Arielle Blivaisse, Lauren Feldman, and Michelle Hardesty pose with Liberty's Promise Top left: AP Patel and James Rappaport discuss impact measurement at Future Self Left: Kristine Adey and Geoff Harshman review marketing strategy recommendations for All About Animals
10: Think Outside the Box: Squares for Social Change | The University of Maryland is AshokaU's longest running ChangeMaker campus. The Center provides guidance to Terp ChangeMaker leadership.
12: SUSTAINNOVATE 2011 | On May 2, 2011 the AshokaU Terp ChangeMaker team and the Center brought SUSTAINNOVATE 2011 to campus. The event showcased innovations in sustainability to ignite conversations on important environmental and energy issues facing our campus, community, and world.
13: GE Healthymagination | Through the GE Healthymagination Case Competition Smith School MBA students used business modeling and research skills to propose solutions to address infant mortality in rural India, China, Kenya, and Indonesia with GE Healthcare products. | Spring 2011
14: Third Annual Social Enterprise Symposium:
15: March 31 2011 | "Be Bold. Be Now. Be the Future."
16: In June 2011 graduate students sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provided business consulting services to three independent Sri Lankan Organizations. The Center facilitated program development and assisted with client-student project matching.
17: Sri Lanka Global Studies Trip June 2011 Sponsored by the Center, USAID, and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the Smith School
18: The Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland
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