Address a Social Issue

Address a Social Issue

Nonprofits deal with some of the most complex issues of modern urban society: hunger, homelessness, addiction, poverty, obesity, illiteracy…the list goes on.

What if you could convene a group of University of Cincinnati students and teachers, many of them experts in their fields, to take a fresh approach to these issues?

As an urban, public university, UC is positioned to address these issues and help students develop a sense of social responsibility in the process.

We might, for example:

  • Create a Service Learning Collaboratory course around the issue
  • Develop a UC Forward course to tackle the problem from multiple angles
  • Connect you with UC faculty who are looking for a problem like yours for students to work on in class. For example, students could conduct market research, design a website, write a series of articles or blog posts, create videos, or analyze data and present findings.

Let’s see what we can do together. Contact program director Michael Sharp at the phone number or email address below.

Headshot of Michael Sharp, Ed.D.

Michael Sharp, Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Director of Service Learning