The USASBE Social Entrepreneurship SIG is now inviting nominations for the following four SIG awards, each of which comes with an accompanying monetary award of $250, sponsored by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation.
Social Entrepreneurship SIG Award for Excellence in Teaching
Nominee should be an individual who serves as a lecturer, professor, or educator of social entrepreneurship, social innovation, or anything within a related breadth of topics. Nominees should be directly teaching a full course in social entrepreneurship (or related topics) to be considered.
Social Entrepreneurship Award for Excellence in Scholarship
The nominee should be directly and actively involved in social entrepreneurship research (or within a related field) to be considered. Nominations of early scholars (i.e., at the Assistant Professor rank) are encouraged.
Social Entrepreneurship Award for Excellence in Social Entrepreneurship Practice and Service
Nominees should be an individual who has served as a founder of a social impact organization (not-for-profit or for-profit) or initiative (community or social impact leader) to make a positive contribution to the world. A demonstrated commitment to social entrepreneurship education at any level, and their impact on social entrepreneurship is no necessary but will be considered as well.
Social Entrepreneurship SIG Award for Excellence for Co-Curricular Programming or Events
Submissions should include purpose/mission of the nominated program, an abbreviated description of the program or event, sources of funding, and evidence of program/pedagogical innovation/co-curricular innovation impact on stakeholders (e.g. students, campus, etc.) including both short and long-term outcomes.