CERRU's 2nd Annual Innovation Exchange: Ethics in Action
Sunday, November 24, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)
The Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding (CERRU) is determined to capitalize on the power of our diversity in order to bring innovation back to Queens. With the Innovation Exchange we will bring together some of the nation’s top innovators to share their work and inspire our students at Queens College, and the broader Queens community. We hope this annual exchange will serve as a hub for innovation now and in years to come.
This year, the Innovation Exchange will focus on the theme “Ethics in Action: The Values that Inspire Social Innovators.” Speakers will speak for 12 minutes, during which they will share the innovative work they are doing as well as the personal stories and values that inspire their work. All talks will be professionally filmed and available within a few weeks of the Exchange.
Students, faculty, and community members are encouraged to attend. Our speakers will be bringing industry contacts.
When: Sunday, November 24, 2013, Queens College LeFrak Concert Hall, 2:00-6:00.
Lunch, networking hour, and Innovation Booths at 3.
FREE and Open to the Public! ***Gourmet KosherNetworking Hour for participants who RSVP, 3:10 pm - 4:10 pm***
IXCERRU 2013 Features:
• Inspiring Innovators Working Globally to Affect Change
• Innovation Booths and Networking Hour
• Lunch with Fellow Innovators and Sponsors
The Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding at Queens College (CERRU) is a non- partisan organization that facilitates cross-cultural engagement to advance understanding. We envision a world where our differences inspire curiosity, collaboration, and innovation.
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Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding
The Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding (CERRU) is a non-partisan organization created in 2009 by a U.S. Department of Education grant, and founded on the belief that dialogue and shared experiences are essential to combating intolerance, overcoming stereotypes, and promoting understanding.