USD One Challenge
The 2013 USD ONE Challenge chosen by our USD community is: The Environment, Wasteful Production and Consumption! It is now time to learn more about this issue and create ideas to solve it. The USD ONE Challenge is an initiative for uniting students, faculty and staff in employing their imagination, hard work and passion to generate ideas for better addressing a current social challenge. All ideas for the USD ONE Challenge are welcome. They can be as diverse as developing a campaign, a product, an enterprise, writing a song, producing a film and the list goes on. The spirit is to have a community that is driven to innovate, collaborate and create solutions. The best ideas will receive awards and will be publicly highlighted.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS
10 Video finalists Announced, Public voting begins
AWARDS are announced
To submit your idea you must prepare a two-minute video that includes the following:
1. What is the idea to address the challenge?
2. How does the idea contribute to address the challenge?
3. How is the idea feasible? Is it actionable?
4. What is the expected impact of the idea? How will it make a difference?
Register here to enter and submit your idea in video format *. The deadline for submission is Monday, April 8, 2013.
Download the Rules and Eligibility for ONE Challenge here
* If you need to learn how to upload a video to youtube to put on your entry form? click here
The Changemaker Hub in partnership with the Office of Sustainability will offer many exciting workshops, seminars and activities for you to take part in this initiative. Download the list of events here.
USD ONE Challenge Team
A selected group of leaders in deep social engagement from the non-profit and for profit sectors proposed three social issues for our community: Veteran Integration, Childhood Health and Wellness, and the chosen topic by the USD Community vote, the Environment, Wasteful Production and Consumption.
Charlene Seidle, Jewish Community Foundation
Douglas Gordon, Douglas B. Gordon PC
Elisa Sabatini, Via International
Lt. Haney Hong, Stanford Military Service Network
Janine Schooley, Project Concern International
Josephine Bennett ’81, U.S. Bank
Lynn Sharpe-Underwood, Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention SD
Nathaniel Dunigan ’15, Aid Child
Ricardo dos Santos, Biological Dynamics
Sister RayMonda Duvall, Catholic Charities