How can we, as legal teams, determine the effectiveness of a revolution?
What makes someone a community hero?
How can we use data to reduce our families’ impact on the environment?
How can we as historians uncover and share stories about our community?
How can we design an app that will help people in our community slow the spread of COVID-19?
What’s the true cost of the things we buy?
How can we create a Recess Path for kids in our school to use when we have indoor recess?
How do I know if a car is a good deal?
Can one square meter predict the health of our ecosystem?
Did the American Revolution have more than two sides?
How can a dancer tell a story about interactions between humans and their environments?
How can we help new friends get to know our community?
How can we use data to help kids improve their memories?
How can we as historians design an interactive digital tool for a [local museum, historical society, or archive] that demonstrates our local community’s influence on a period in history?
How can we redesign a product’s packaging to make it more environmentally friendly?
How can we plan a profitable walk-a-thon to benefit a cause we care about?
What lessons can we learn from golden age civilizations and/or from their falls, and why do those lessons matter to us today?
How can we, as photojournalists, tell the untold stories of our community?
How can we use our voices to effect change?
How can we as comic book designers build superhero worlds that teach others about math?