ANU HISoc Event Series: Creating Social Impact through Student-Led Innovation

Join ANU Humanitarian Innovation Society and guests next Thursday as they discuss avenues for creating social impact through student-led innovation

October 7 (Week 9) 5:00pm - 6:30pm AEDT

In this panel, sit down with Dr. Jeremy Smith and AJ Sega to identify avenues where students can create social impact at university, in the workplace, career or start-ups. The panel will discuss where youth are most crucial by self-assessing your own strengths and weaknesses to match against the community’s needs.

For more information and registration: https://anuhisoc.org/event-series

 

Our Mission - ANU Humanitarian Innovation Society

We want to create a centralised platform that empowers ANU students to share and channel their expertise into actionable solutions to address present gaps in the humanitarian aid field

Founded as a Commitment to Action project from the Clinton Global Initiatives University, HISoc aims to join hands with experts from academia, non-profits and tech sectors to help students make their global impact through innovation projects for humanitarian aid. We want to encourage students from all disciplines to share their ideas, find their team and pursue a holistic approach to innovation with each other. 

 
 

 

Application closing date

7 October 2021
Applications open for this opportunity: 
30 Sep 2021

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