Compact Nation Podcast: Higher Eds Role in American Democracy
Posted by Campus Compact on November 14, 2016
This month on…
The Compact Nation Podcast
With the presidential election occurring next week, the third episode of the Compact Nation Podcast brings you conversations with Nancy Thomas, who directs research on higher education’s role in American democracy at Tufts University’s Tisch College, including the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE).
Tune in to find out what makes students vote, how we can build collective democratic capacity, and what this means for engagement in all of our communities on this election season special of the Compact Nation Podcast.
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