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The Anita Nowak talk about empathy explores how engaging in empathic activity affects the science of the brain as well as environmental sustainability. The speaker currently works as a Senior Project Manager of Teaching and Learning Services at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She also acts as the Director of Operations for the Social Learning for Social Impact Massive Open Online Course. An authority on social entrepreneurship and social innovation, the PhD is an advisor to the RECODE initiative from the JW McConnell Family Foundation as well as the founding Integrating Director for McGill's Social Economy Initiative.
The Anita Nowak talk touches on her role as a teacher. In addition to educational experience, the speaker also worked in the private sector relating to corporate communications, event planning, new business development, speechwriting and strategic marketing.
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Anita Nowak's Talk About Empathy Encourages Global Engagement
In her talk about empathy, professor Anita Nowak explores the idea of an empathic action revolution. The teacher at McGill University discusses perspectives on sustainability and the role empathy... Read More