Exhibitions

Open through March 2, 2015

Do Good Better: The Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance

light greenThe Melvin J. Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance (Ballard Center) teaches students what it means to “Do Good Better.” Since everyone will contribute to philanthropy in some form over their lifetime, the Ballard Center provides students the tools necessary to ensure they make the largest impact possible in those endeavors. The interactive Do Good Better exhibition illustrates the Center’s approach to impact education by reviewing concepts such as:

  • The importance of organizations that promote self-reliance;
  • How to recognize high-impact organizations;
  • How Melvin J. Ballard, our center’s namesake, was an example of Doing Good Better; and
  • More!

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Acknowledgments

  • Todd Manwarning, Director, Ballard Center
  • Alicia Gettys, exhibition curator, Communication and Operations Manager, Ballard Center
  • Debbie Adams, curatorial research assistant, Ballard Center
  • Heather Seferovich, coordinating curator, Education in Zion Gallery
  • Eric Howard, exhibition designer, Lee Library
  • Emily Ludlow, assistant exhibition designer, Lee Library
  • Jeff Raines, assistant exhibition designer, Lee Library
  • Mike Hill, multimedia production, Lee Library
  • Scott Duvall, associate university librarian, Lee Library and advisory committee chair, Education in Zion Gallery
  • Cali O’Connell, promotions and outreach department, Lee Library and advisory committee member, Education in Zion Gallery

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