"There isn't a bright line of distinction between education around social innovation and around civic engagement. We can distinguish between elements of practice, but not people and the knowledge set." -- Andrew Seligsohn, President, Campus Compact
"Martin Luther King never delivered the 'I have a business plan' speech." - Sandra Enos, Bryant University
"How do we bring innovation to the public sector? The government is the largest funder of research and civic engagement efforts, so what role should it play? I encourage people to think about going into government as a way to make change." -- Sonal Shah, Executive Director of the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University.
"You have the tools inside your universities to create change, you just have to unlock them." -- Tony Wells, The Wells Foundation
"I encourage students to stop, reflect, journal, think about next steps and how to apply acquired wisdom." -- David Scobey, Visiting Scholar, School of Education, University of Michigan and former Dean and Professor of the New School for Public Engagement
"How do we build curriculum around civic engagement? Is this a rigorous field? Does it have real standing?" -- Eric Mlyn, Executive Director of DukeEngage and the Assistant Vice Provost for Civic Engagement.
"How do we support the whitebelts, yellowbelts, and greenbelts of social change, in addition to the blackbelts? -- Marina Kim, Co-founder, AshokaU
"The challenge before us is to be much more intentional and careful with our work. We need to be more goal-directed, more focused, and more driven by assessment and real data." -- Amanda Moore McBride, Gephardt Institute Executive Director
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