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Serving up social innovation

  • Principal Daniel Woolf welcomes members of the Kingston and Queen's communities to the Principal's Community Breakfast at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston’s Water’s Edge.
    Principal Daniel Woolf welcomes members of the Kingston and Queen's communities to the Principal's Community Breakfast at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston’s Water’s Edge.
  • A panel provided update on social innovation projects at Queen's. From left: Principal Daniel Woolf; Tina Dacin, Director of the Smith School of Business Centre for Social Impact, Shyra Barberstock, a PhD candidate and CEO and President of Okwaho Equal Source, Claire Davies, a professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Hasan Kettaneh, a PhD candidate and member of the PhD Community Initiative program.
    A panel provided update on social innovation projects at Queen's. From left: Principal Daniel Woolf; Tina Dacin, Director of the Smith School of Business Centre for Social Impact, Shyra Barberstock, a PhD candidate and CEO and President of Okwaho Equal Source, Claire Davies, a professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Hasan Kettaneh, a PhD candidate and member of the PhD Community Initiative program.
  • One of the nearly 100 attendees of the Principal's Community Breakfast asks a question during the event hosted at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston’s Water’s Edge on Friday, Nov. 17.
    One of the nearly 100 attendees of the Principal's Community Breakfast asks a question during the event hosted at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston’s Water’s Edge on Friday, Nov. 17.

The annual Principal’s Community Breakfast was hosted Friday, Nov. 17 at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston’s Water’s Edge, with close to 100 people from the Kingston and Queen’s communities attending.

Principal Daniel Woolf provided a number of updates on initiatives at the university while a panel, comprising Tina Dacin, Director of the Smith School of Business Centre for Social Impact, Shyra Barberstock, a PhD candidate and CEO and President of Okwaho Equal Source, Claire Davies, a professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Hasan Kettaneh, a PhD candidate and member of the PhD Community Initiative program, discussed their efforts in social innovation.

The event wrapped up with a question-and-answer period.