Webinar: What are Colleges and Universities Doing to Increase Student Democratic Engagement? A Survey of ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Members – Apr 2
Posted by ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge on March 31, 2020
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in student democratic engagement by providing structure, support, and recognition. Since the Challenge’s inception in 2016, over 600 colleges and universities have become “ALL IN” making a commitment to help students form the habits of democratically active and informed individuals, make civic participation a core value on their campus, and cultivate generations of engaged community members who are essential to a healthy democracy.
This webinar explores findings from a recent survey of participating colleges and universities to (1) understand what campuses are doing to increase student civic learning, political engagement, and voter participation; (2) highlight institutional impact; and (3) unpack the perceived correlation between participating in the ALL IN Challenge and increased student voter participation. Join researchers Tait Kellogg and Wendy Erisman from Higher Ed Insight as they share survey findings.
Date and Time: April 2, 2020, 2:00-3:00 PM
Register here: https://www.allinchallenge.org/webinar-series/
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