Josie Traberg - "Traveling to Uganda was an incredible experience. The places, the cultures, and the people I met during our ten day trip to Africa have left a profound impact on me, teaching me how curiosity, dreams, ideas and passion connect people across national borders, language, culture, and class." Jen Soshnik – "What I saw, who I met, where I went, what I learned, how I felt...the impact I got from this trip is far beyond what I could have ever imagined. Looking back at photo's of myself from Uganda, it's unbelievable how genuinely happy I look throughout the entire trip. Uganda has stolen my heart." Karrie McCorkle – "Marketing for Social Change is a unique and life changing class as you get to explore and understand the different cultures of business outside the United States. Through seeing social entrepreneurs in Uganda you'll realize how a little bit of business education will help you become successful in the business world." Bailey Gent – "Marketing for Social Change: The Uganda Project was pretty much the culmination of what I dreamed my Regis education would give me. Being a Business Administration and Peace and Justice studies major, I believe so deeply in the power of business doing social good. This class and the relationships and learning that came from it will forever be a highlight of my time at Regis and I will take much of what I learned from the course into my life continuing onward. " Allison Foust -"Regis initially drew me in through the promise to teach an individual how to engage ethically in the world. Through travelling to Uganda, learning market-based skills and studying the context of Africa for a semester I feel I am leaving with more questions than answers but I am feeling more solid than ever that I am on a path to understanding ethical engagement here at home and in the developing world. Marketing Social Change really did alter the way I see myself interacting with the world."