SFU’s Change Lab, a hands-on semester building skills in social innovation, wrapped up on Wednesday. Led by RADIUS Director Shawn Smith and social entrepreneur Heather O’Hara, Change Lab students explored, researched, and prototyped social innovations in Vancouver’s False Creek Flats.
Their final presentations to a panel of social innovators and entrepreneurs showcased their learning and their plans for the future. Many thanks to Dr Sarah Lubik (Director of Entrepreneurship, SFU), Paola Ardiles (Adjunct Professor, SFU Health Sciences and Founder, Bridges for Health), Ken Lyotier (Founder, United We Can), Tim Ames (Executive Director, Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network), Pietra Basilij (Sustainable Community Development, Vancouver Economic Commission), and Donovan Woollard (Director, RADIUS Ventures) for sharing their insights and advice.
Here’s how it happened on Twitter:


 
 
 

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