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Carnegie Mellon's Social Change Semester

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Published on Oct 17, 2013

Last spring, Associate History Professor Nico Slate and Emily Mohn-Slate, a special instructor in the English Department, led a group of students on a trip to Qatar and India for the first Carnegie Mellon University Social Change Semester.

Faculty and students share their experiences in this video.

Their goal was to learn how to make positive changes in the world, and throughout the semester, students took courses and conducted research, while designing and implementing service projects in collaboration with local partners.

For more information, visit http://www.cmu.edu/bajaj/social-chang....

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