Politics and the Yellowstone Ecosystem: Announcing the 2013 Stewardship of Public Lands Faculty Seminar
By George Mehaffy, Vice President of Academic Leadership & Change, AASCU Throughout the United States, but especially in the West, the question of who will control public lands is a hotly debated topic. The public
Publication: “Minding the Gap: Partnering Across Sectors for Democracy,” by TDC co-founder, Bernie Ronan, and ADP founder, George Mehaffy
Minding the Gap: Partnering Across Sectors for Democracy By Bernie Ronan and George L. Mehaffy Volume 16, Number 1 Winter 2013 (online source) With the 2012 London Olympics on full display this summer, we were
Welcome to The Democracy Commitment, North Arkansas College!
North Arkansas College, or Northark to those who know it well is, “a comprehensive, public two-year college, North Arkansas College provides a variety of educational opportunities to the citizens of Boone, Carroll, Marion, Searcy, Newton,
Deadline extended for TDC campuses to join CIRCLE’s National Study on Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE)
Back in January we shared information on this blog about CIRCLE’s new National Study on Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE) in this blog post. A number of TDC campuses have since signed up to participate
Japan Studies Institute now open to TDC faculty!
Through our partnership with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) American Democracy Project, TDC member institutions’ faculty have a unique opportunity to participate in the Japan Studies Institute and receive the AASCU
Congratulations to Georgia Perimeter College, recipient of President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll!
(Click here for original blog source) The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually highlights the role colleges and universities play in solving community problems and placing more students on a