To create more allies between people of all religions, I would like to create a website call www.AntiAbrahamic.com which would aggregate top global news stories on Anti-Semitism & Islamophobia (& anti-Christian racism) around the world so that people of all faiths can be stronger interfaith allies.
If children from economically challenged communities do not graduate from high school, chances are, they will be condemned to a life of poverty. Connect-IN, helps disadvantaged youth connect a quality education to their future financial wellbeing.
Science Sound Bites is a podcast designed to supplement middle and high school STEM curriculum. The set up is I interview a scientist about their research in layman’s terms, while interjecting terminology used in current science syllabi, thus giving their lessons real world scientific applications.
We should all be concerned about the growing incivility in public discourse, whether on news/talk shows or in town hall meetings. I propose to build at application that will analyze discourse at group meetings to detect "unhealthy" interactions and provide guidance for improved discourse.
A “Growth Mindset,” or the viewpoint that hard work is the primary driver of intelligence, expands the realm of the possible in post-secondary education. This idea proposes to demonstrate how “Growth Mindset” can be taught and shared to benefit our communities.
In 2014, 450k people gathered for a climate march in NYC and then dispersed. The world was awed by its scale. We need a way to signal to friends and strangers that we want change, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week in order to create a tipping point of critical mass in which all follow.
Our aim is to continue growing the concept of bringing arts as an integrated service and therapeutic tool to hospitals globally.
The pilot program initiated in Kochi, India, has become a huge success and moreover a self-sustainable integral part to the hospital's daily activities.
I propose a social marketing campaign to inform and educate the public, especially young adults, about the effectiveness and safety and convenience of long acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs).
This project is about a youth regional Targ.Balci.Fest that focuses on non-formal education and social entrepreneurship. During one full week every August we empower youth for being the next leaders on their societies through cultural-sport-seminars-contests- trainings- art activities.
The debate over police shootings in Baltimore, Ferguson and NYC makes clear that we too often talk past each other on matters of racial equity. Drawing on research & experience, we plan to train hundreds of non-profit, public & private sector leaders to promote greater & more equal opportunity.
According to NREL, only 22–28% of U.S. households could have solar on their own roof. What if the three-fourths of other Americans could get access to renewable power by buying it directly from other individuals? We are building an online platform to allow just that.
For over a decade “No Lose Lotteries” have encouraged poor Americans to adopt better saving habits. This same strategy can reduce the consumer cost and increase purchases of solar lamps in the developing world which will improve livelihoods and health while preserving the environment.
Give rural pharmacists a tablet app to gather patient history & vitals, and facilitate a telemedicine call with city doctors/ specialists, ending with a printed & signed prescription to be filled immediately. Patients also get discounted referrals & a fingerprint-backed medical record on the cloud.
Technology advances have come with diminished physician skill at the bedside. We miss obvious diagnoses written on the body, and send patients for costly, hazardous tests. Our project is to celebrate the most important physician tools: eyes, ears, hands and a culture of ministering to the patient.
In 2015, Colorado Mountain College will launch an innovative Career Academy for students to receive a college certificate while in HS. In rural Western CO, providing alternative education options is essential for youth and the economy. This pilot is scalable to the College’s 11 campuses and beyond.