Walden’s Center for Social Change is beginning the process of establishing various social change research interest groups, where we hope that faculty, students, alumni and community and academic stakeholders will join to explore opportunities for collaborative research on a variety of social change issues. We plan to have these interest groups running by January, 2018, so please re-visit this page later in the year!
The Institute for Polarities of Democracy was incorporated on March 23, 2017 as a nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, DC. We were notified on June 30, 2017 that our 501(c)3 status was approved. The Organizational Meeting for the Institute was held on July 6, 2017 and the following objectives and purposes were adopted as part of our by-laws:
It is intended that the Institute will apply for research and implementation grant funding to support social change initiatives of Walden students, graduates, and faculty who are using the Polarities of Democracy theory. If you have a potential funding source that requires 501(c)3 status, and you would like the institute for Polarities of Democracy to serve as your fiscal sponsor for submission and administration of the grant, please contact Dr. Benet.
For information about joining the Institute for Polarities of Democracy, please contact Dr. Benet.
For scholarship related to the Polarities of Democracy, please visit Walden's Scholarworks.
The Human Science Institute is a transdisciplinary learning community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to creating a humane and ecologically sustainable global future through education and research. Founded by Human Science scholars, researchers, students, and professionals, HSI supports the work of those responding to the challenges of our times by promoting a transdisciplinary framework that respects the multiplicity of views and ways of knowing in our diverse global community.
Vist HSI here: https://humanscienceinstitute.org/#about-us