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Franklin College: Entrepreneurial Leadership

In Spring semester 2014, the Franklin College will offer an innovative new course for residents of Rutherford Hall. The course, Social Entrepreneurship in the Arts and Sciences: FCID 3700S, call number 43-114, will be co-taught by Franklin College Dean Alan Dorsey and Dr. Paul Matthews, assistant director of the UGA Office of Service Learning.

The 1-credit seminar, on Thursdays from 5 to 6:15 p.m. in Rutherford Hall, will include information for students to:

  • Learn about the field of social entrepreneurship
  • Meet leaders of successful social enterprises in Athens
  • Serve in community organizations
  • Develop promising ideas for social entrepreneurship

The course is exclusive to residents of Rutherford Hall so space is already limited and filling up fast. POD is required so to secure your spot in this innovative seminar, contact Linda Bachman ( to be cleared to register.

Sign up and get ready to let your ideas flourish.


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