The possibility of generosity in our public life offers hope as we look to a new year.
There is nothing to guarantee that our arguments will lead to discovery and solidarity across difference, but if we continue as we are, we may never find out.
Storytelling is everywhere. It connects us to each other and to our past. It builds an understanding of who we are as individuals and communities. Dean Amir Pasic explains how storytelling can both connect us and divide us.
"I await with great anticipation what our students will make of our new environment, especially at a time when we see our civic lives through new eyes." Dean Amir Pasic says we we will learn quite a bit if we open ourselves to discovery.
"Living in a world of more equity where one has less power to subjugate others might actually be a preferable way to be." Dean Amir Pasic says we need philanthropy now more than ever.
Dean Amir Pasic shares a message about how generosity can flourish in times of uncertainty and crisis, and what newly-graduated philanthropic studies alumni can do to make a difference.
How will current generations enact change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic? Dean Amir Pasic explores the role of philanthropy and the creation of a new social order.
What can individuals do to decrease social distance and improve communities? Dean Amir Pasic takes a look at these questions and more.
Dean Amir Pasic looks at how we treat our own children, and how giving to other people’s children could benefit society and philanthropy.