This award is presented each semester to the best integrative leadership case study presented at the Integrative Leadership seminar. The winning group of graduate students receives a student prize as well as the opportunity to present their work to a broader audience at a Bagels Beyond Boundaries discussion event.
Pictured above, the Spring 2017 winners: Hannah Kuether (Law School), Alan Roy (Humphrey School), S. Emily Spallino (Law School), and TJ Treasure (Public Health) analyzed Heading Home Hennepin, a cross-sectoral initiative to end homelessness that brings together collaborative forces of federal, state, and local governments, business, faith communities, nonprofit organizations and shelters, Minneapolis Public Schools, law enforcement officials, the University of Minnesota, and the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, among others.
Fall 2016: Young Choo (Law), Sarah Cox (Public Health), Laurie Harper (Public Affairs), Ditte Hodge (Education), Marah Cuadrado Labey (Management), Vanan Murugesan (Management), and Tenzin Pelkyi (Law) analyzed the joint venture between Grameen and Danone Foods to reduce poverty and malnutrition in Bangladesh through production and sale of especially nutritious yogurt. They presented their analysis at the January 27, 2017 Bagels Beyond Boundaries discussion.