What are the University Partners?
University Partners are university faculty, staff and/or administrative representatives who've agreed to promote the DSIC on their campuses and support students who enter.
What is required of University Partners?
University Partners create and maintain a University page and group membership on our site, promote the DSIC and support students who enter. Download our toolkit for a full review of the variety of resources and mutual potentials possible as a partner.
How do I become a University Partner?
To apply to be a University Partner, click here.
Can there be more than one representative from each Partner University?
Yes. We welcome all interested university representatives. More representatives means more interested support to students on their social innovation potentials and spreading the word about the DSIC community and its opportunities.
Can I incorporate the Dell Social Innovation Challenge into my course?
Yes! We invite you to incorporate the DSIC into your semester courses as a way of connecting your students to the global community of student social innovators and enabling them to gain access to resources for their projects, including training, mentorship and seed funding. This Syllabus Addendum provides examples of how the Dell Social Innovation Challenge might be added into one of your existing courses.
More Frequently Asked Questions:
- About the Dell Social Innovation Challenge
- How to Enter
- Profiles and Using the Community
- Logistics and Prizes
- Past Winners
- Judges and Judging
- University Partners