Taylor Senior Fellows

Launched in 2015, the Taylor Senior Fellows Program brings scholars and practitioners in social innovation and design thinking to present in classes, engage in programs and workshops, and mentor students, staff and faculty members.

Taylor Senior Fellows provide invaluable insight from their field complementing academic and co-curricular activities in social innovation and design thinking while providing tremendous opportunities for students to network and receive direct feedback on their professional goals aspirations.

Taylor Visiting Scholars

Since 2016, these individuals bring specific expertise in social innovation, social entrepreneurship, and social impact design to the Taylor community. They contribute to Taylor’s mission in a meaningful way and spend time at Taylor and with our campus and community constituencies. The Taylor Visiting Scholar program is a way to build the capacity of local experts and scholars in social innovation and to integrate visitors attached to other institutions and organizations. This designation is less formal than NewDay Speaker and Taylor Senior Fellow, and self-nomination is possible.

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From Taylor To The Field

From Taylor to the field

Tom Karrel, the 2017 design thinking graduate assistant spent sometime in Uganda, working for the…