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Center for Social Change:
Center for Social Change

Walden University's Center for Social Change is a connective hub that promotes, facilitates, and supports collaborative alliances, action research, and projects that lead to purposeful action for sustainable positive social change.

Connecting People, Resources, and Opportunities for Positive Social Change

Journal of Social Change Call for Papers

Special Edition: Racism in America

We seek manuscript submissions of primary research, case studies, scholarly literature review essay submissions, professional application essays, book reviews, teaching practices, and op-ed submissions that analyze the social effects of systemic racism in America. The journal utilizes a double-blind peer-review process and is an open access publication.

Learn more about the call for papers.

Acts for Good

See how Walden is celebrating its 50th anniversary with Mobilize for Good initiatives.

Offering Support to D.C.-Area Students Graduating During the Pandemic

Helping Bridge the Educational Technology Gap Exposed by Quarantine

Partnering with Alums to Complete Acts for Good in Tampa Schools

Changemaker Spotlight

 

Faces of FAY Photography Project

 

Dr. Katherine Coule

Dr. Katherine Coule, Core Faculty in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and her Faces of FAY initiative finds unique opportunities for community impact.

Read Dr. Coule's Story