A showcase featuring three student projects selected by the Community Service Office to receive Social Change Grants last summer will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Danforth University Center, Room 234.
The grant recipients will share the inspiring results of their work. Those interested in applying for a grant this year will learn about the process of submitting proposals for the $5,000 to $6,000 grants that support innovative ideas serving the common good in the spirit of social entrepreneurship.
Grants are available to undergraduate and graduate/professional students in all schools, for both domestic and international projects. RSVP to www.communityservice.wustl.edu/rsvp.
Recipients of last year’s grants who will be presenting are:
Molly Simon ’13
Malaria Awareness Program
HaMakuya, South Africa
Sunaina Kapoor ’12
Understanding and Implementing Solutions for Parasitic Worm Diseases and Unsafe Sanitation
Ayah Abo-Basha ’14 & Mahroh Jahangiri ’14
Children’s Cancer Hospital of Egypt: goYALLA Patient Schoolroom Program
For more information about Social Change Grants, visit www.communityservice.wustl.edu/grants.