This is where we take action. Well informed, well connected and well thought out action. It’s is where the knowledge base of the university meets the ‘from many one’ ethos (E Pluribus Unum). From many people collaborating, from many problems considered, from many solutions researched and from many ideas incorporated. When all that is done we take tangible action, with measurable goals. Ultimately solving problems and blueprinting the model of how to be freely available to all.


The challenges we consider span right fro the local to the global. We place them under 3 broad problem categories; humanitarian, environmental and advancement. Ultimately we will have an ongoing project in each problem category at any one time.

The first challenge undertaken by Pluribus fits into the humanitarian category and is the problem of homelessness. We carried out the entire process of research, collaboration, problem solving and are now well underway with the implementation of our solution. The solution to this challenge is in the form of a project; ThriveLA. You can find out what ThriveLA is all about here


ThriveLA to hold first Tiny Home Blueprint Working Group

October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

ThriveLA, the first Project launched by E Pluribus University focussed on tackleing homelessness is poised to host the first Tiny Home Blueprint Working Group here on the Westside of LA. More information about the ThriveLA

‘PluriBUS’ Next Steps

October 6th, 2017|0 Comments

We were thrilled just under 2 weeks ago to be recipients of the Abbot Kinney Festival Association community impact grant award. At the time I blogged about how the funding and exposure would help us

Our problems are solvable but you need to get involved

April 24th, 2017|0 Comments

Founder of Pluribus Perry Goldberg speaks about how together we can tackle problems that previously seemed insurmountable.