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The action research model of our fellowship simultaneously supports rigorous, transformative undergraduate student learning and the scaling of social enterprises in developing countries that participate in our world-class accelerator programs. Action research is a practice-led approach that emphasizes learning from working with social enterprises. This provides a robust value exchange between students and social enterprises.

To learn more about the model of action research used by Miller Center’s Global Social Benefit Fellowship, read Keith Douglass Warner’s “Action Research for Social Enterprise Education.”

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