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Launch of Social Enterprise Review Website

Demo of the homepage of the new NU Social Enterprise Review website.

Demo of the homepage of the new NU Social Enterprise Review website.

Today I am proud to announce the launch of the new Northeastern University Social Enterprise Review (SER) website. Managed and written by the smart and globally-conscious students of the Social Enterprise Institute, the SER is a collection of op-ed articles concerning social entrepreneurship (which is most of what I’ve been talking about so far on this blog).

Regularly, new articles written by students at Northeastern will be posted to the website covering important developments in topics such as impact measurement, agriculture and health care advancements in the developing world, microfinance, social-minded business model designs, and governance issues. As of today’s launch, over 40 op-eds are already featured on the website, written by more than 20 different students of varying backgrounds and perspectives.

Working together with the Social Enterprise Institute’s Assistant Director of Programs Esther Chou and Project Manager Caitlin Ferguson, along with graphic designer and Northeastern student Taryn Sadauskas, we put together this website over the past few months. Couldn’t have asked for a better team.

Please check the website out and let us know if you have any feedback regarding the content itself or the website experience! Stay tuned for copies of future printed editions of the SER as well.