Community engagement. Interdisciplinary. Citizenship. Entrepreneurship. Sustainability. International.                                                             
                                                        Get Students to Care

SEEDS@CU’s faculty and staff actively engage in interdisciplinary collaboration and work closely with students. The group was founded as a working group to discuss and research social entrepreneurship. Past projects include a study conducted in Nepal and Kenya to develop a conceptual model for analyzing SE activity in developing communities. One current project is developing curriculum for a new residential academic program (RAP). 

Ready to get involved? Want to integrate social innovation into your curriculum? Looking to gain a new perspective on your research? Please contact Susan Clarke at