TCU SISU conducted its fourth replication of Impact connect studio on 25th July 2019. The studio design was developed and previously done by SIX in Myanmar. This studio was conducted as a replication under WP 5 of SEASIN Project in the Uttara Hall of TCU. A total of 39 SISU users (38 students and 1 tutor) were participated in the studio. The participants were grouped into six groups and each group discussed the project ideas for social innovation in six topics. In the opening of the studio, Pro-rector (admin) U Oo Tin Thein delivered the welcoming speech to the participants. Firstly, the introduction session was led by U Thein Tan Naing (Tutor). Then, Associate Professor Daw May Lin Aung (TCU SISU Member) discussed the concepts on social innovation. In the evening session, the six groups presented their issues such as Game Abuse among youth, Uneducated Persons in Rural Area, Water deficit in some areas, Betel-spittle problems, High stress level, lack of rural development. This session was led by U Zaw Htet Paing. The whole process was facilitated by the former participants of the Impact Connect Studio.