Social innovation can seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be.
CQUni Master of Management for Engineers graduate, Bikesh
Lal Shrestha believes it can be as simple as making small changes in our everyday
“Social innovation does not have to be a big invention. It could be a simple change in the way of doing something or approaching a situation that results in better outcomes.”
Originally from Nepal, Bikesh has always been passionate about helping people and solving social issues, and credits CQUni’s online iChange program for teaching him the basics of social innovation.
Keep reading to learn more about Bikesh’s experience with iChange, and how you can get started with the program.
Continue reading Small start leads to big change
At CQUniversity there are so many ways for you to get involved in social innovation, but first you need to know the basics. If you want to learn more about yourself and the world around you, let us introduce you to social innovation with CQUni’s online iChange course.
Continue reading It all starts with iChange
On Thursday, 18 July from 12 – 1pm, The Big Idea competition will once again be launching across our campuses. This competition invites students to develop a concept and business plan for a social enterprise or a social business, and compete with other students at participating universities.
Continue reading What’s your big idea?
Are you confused by social innovation? Not sure what it’s all about?
CQUni’s Office of Social Innovation invites all students to complete their orientation program known as iChange®*. The program will inspire you with stories of transformative social change, and equip you with tools, networks and creative ideas to drive innovation in your community and your career.
To explain the features and benefits of iChange®, we’ve asked our Rockhampton based Change Champ Monica (pictured) to tell us about her own iChange® experience, and why she’s so passionate about social innovation.
Continue reading Social Innovation explained in iChange®
By now, you must have read about my first day at Ashoka U Exchange 2018.
This blog is the extension of my first blog entry and will reflect on Day 2 and Day 3 of Ashoka U Exchange 2018.
Day 2 started with the Changemaker Campus Designation Ceremony where 9 universities were awarded Ashoka U Changemaker Campus. It was followed by four keynote speakers who were Fagan Harris, Sarah Hemminger, Imran Khan and Casey Woods and who discussed ‘Is Empathy Dead?’.
Continue reading Snap shot of Ashoka U Exchange 2018: Day 2 and 3
The social innovation and impact space has been abuzz with activity so far in 2018. This social impact wrap contains information on programs, partnerships and opportunities creating change in our communities.
Continue reading Committed to social impact