By Melissa Carrier, Executive Director
Welcome to our summer edition newsletter. We have a few exciting changes at the Center for Social Value Creation. First, I would like to welcome our new Assistant Director, Guillermo Olivos. Guillermo joined us just 5 days before the Social Enterprise Symposium and jumped in with enthusiasm and patience as we hosted 550 students at Stamp Student Union. Guillermo is a MBA graduate of the Yale School of Management and worked as a social entrepreneur in New Orleans after Katrina. His bio can be found on our website and I hope you will meet him soon. more»
UMD Gold Chapter, Partner for 2012 Net Impact Conference
Two consecutive great achievements for Smith’s Net Impact Chapter
GE’s HealthyMagination Competition
Smith MBAs Work Together To Fight Infant Mortality In Africa
Summertime Consulting In Sri Lanka
Smith students work on three unique initiatives across the ocean
from the blog:
Bringing Sustainability To The Printed Word
Kathryn Cai considers the future of the print book and examines one company’s approach.
Congratulations Hitachi Finalists!
Three Smith MBA Students Selected In Human Capital Case Competition
alumni feature:
From Terp ChangeMaker to National ChangeMaker
Jenna Gebel UG ‘10 Discusses Her Work At Goodwill Industries International
student spotlight:
Reflections on the Social Value In Business
Sarina and Brandon Talk About Their Experiences as CSVC GAs
faculty focus:
Attestation Engagement
Accounting Professor Gary Bulmash Describes The Potential Future of “Social Audits”
extra, extra!
The Washington Post covers the CSVC’s recommendation on summer reading for business leaders
Business Rx: Does DC Diaper Bank need a change (in emphasis)?
Amtrak's Arrive Magazine - To MBA or Not to MBA?
about the center:
The Center for Social Value Creation at the Robert H. Smith School of Business seeks to develop leaders with a deep sense of individual responsibility and the knowledge to use business as a vehicle for social change. Through an engaging curriculum, real-world field experience, cutting-edge research, and targeted career planning, the center immerses students in complex and dynamic marketplaces where creative vision and thoughtful entrepreneurship tackle some of society’s most critical environmental and humanitarian needs. Contact us at csvc@rhsmith.umd.edu.
Summer 2011
coming up:

2011 Leadership Conference on Social Entrepreneurship – Maryland, USA
August 6, 2011, 11 - 3 p.m.
The Daniel Leadership Institute’s Leadership Seminar on Social Entrepreneurship attracts aspiring social entrepreneurs, key thought leaders, and strategic partners to an exciting forum for learning and new collaborations. The theme is “Social Entrepreneurship: Innovative ideas to transform your world.” The free registration includes a light lunch. Click here to register now.

Save The Date!
Information sessions for students interested in the Social Venture Consulting Program will be August 29th at 5 p.m. and August 30th at Noon for MBA students, and September 1st at Noon for Undergraduates. Watch the site for updates!
get involved:
At the Center for Social Value Creation, we're constantly challenging our students to find their own unique "moments of obligation" -- the experiences that will shape not only their future careers and lives, but the lives they have the potential to change in their roles as business leaders in the 21st century. Whether through our Social Venture Consulting Program, our Global Impact Program, or the many individual programs and opportunities we create for our students, the impact of your gift has the potential to be multiplied many times over. View a selected list of giving opportunities, or contact Susan Moon for information on endowment or special opportunities.
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