Team: Sammy Powers, Ami Yoshimura, Brianna Wanbaugh, Tri Nguyen , Jake Donoghue
Develop a systems framework for the Global Social Impact Fellowship contrasting it with traditional programs.
Figure 1: Traditional classrooms
In a traditional classroom, students typically attend lectures, complete assignments, study for exams vigorously and receive a degree once they have completed all the necessary requirements for their curriculum.
Figure 2: GSIF Conceptual Framework
In the Global Social Impact Fellowship, students apply what they learn in lectures and workshops and apply it to their projects, in the real world, which has real impact. These real world impact projects give students other opportunities for learning that is based upon more experiential experiences.