The Fordham Social Innovation Collaboratory is a network of changemakers: students, faculty, administrators, alumni, and community members developing ideas and taking action on projects that will have a social impact.


You are invited to an evening of storytelling and story-listening! Six students will share a personal story from their life to engage in a practice of storytelling, empathy, and solidarity.

November 12th from 6 PM - 8 PM
Bepler Commons

Take a look at the Facebook event for more information!
Interested in volunteering? Come help mulch and plant tree beds with the Partnership for Parks.

Contact if you are interested!
Good Mornings would like to welcome you to Rod's Coffee shop to learn more about what social innovation is, how the Collaboratory works, and how to get involved. FREE BREAKFAST will be provided!

November 14th from 10 AM - 11 AM

RSVP to to secure your seat!
What's Cooking and Spoon University invite you to celebrate Friendsgiving with a week of home-cooked meals in a home near you! Click below if you're interested in sharing meals, sharing stories, and meeting new people!

November 12th-16th

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Do you think the Our Story event sounds exciting? Are you interested in helping plan future storytelling events? Fill out the following form to join the team!
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