Boundaryless. Google the term – coined by former GE CEO Jack Welch – and you’ll learn
that it’s most often applied in business to explain an organization that throws caution
to the wind, scrapping boundaries and bureaucracies in order to tap the internal power
of its people to directly enact change.
For the past 50 years, the School of Social Sciences has been putting this approach into practice, breaking down traditional barriers to create change in society, economies and human well-being. Learn how...
In the field
June 13, 2018
Six graduate students in anthropology garner more than $100K in funding from The Wenner-Gren Foundation for onsite research projects spanning the globe
Order of Merit honors outstanding students
June 12, 2018
25 from social sciences receive OM distinction, 8 honored with individual scholarships and awards