RGK Center in the News
From Brewing to Chewing
City Takes Look at Diversity of Arts Groups
Dr. Francie Ostrower was consulted for her take on an upcoming New York City Department of Cultural Affairs report on diversity among the staffs, boards and audiences at cultural organizations that accept city funding. Read more.
Austin entrepreneurs compete to re-purpose products into business ideas
[Re]verse -- A Backwards Pitch Competition to Reuse Other Companies' Byproducts
Study shows slight decrease of crime in Rundberg area
Nearly three years after police landed a $1 million federal grant to target crime in the Rundberg area, a recent University of Texas study shows a slight decrease of property and violent crime. Read AAS coverage.
RGK Center and RGK Foundation Announce The Ronya and George Kozmetsky Fellowship in Philanthropy and Community Service
Fellows are selected from among LBJ School applicants and receive two years of tuition assistance.
Across the three hotspots targeted as part of the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program, violent crime is down 15% and property crime has been reduced by 11%.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Join the RGK Center for a unique workshop to identify what social innovation means to you and how to get the most from your experience here at LBJ!
Global Civil Society Speaker Series featuring Andy Hoffman, Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise, Univ. of Michigan
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 12:15pm - 1:30pm
Join Dr. Josh Busby and the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service for lunch and conversation with Dr. Andrew Hoffman. Andy is an expert in sustainability strategies, its history and current practice.