Opportunity for Students: Blog for New York Times

Posted in TDC Member Campus News on Nov 19, 2015

NICHOLAS KRISTOF is inviting University Students to go overseas with him and blog for him on The New York Times website. Here is what Kristof has to say about the contest: Read the full rules here. The contest is open to students enrolled in an American college or university, either as an undergraduate or graduate. […]


Everyday Democracy’s Big List of Community Action Grants

Posted in TDC Member Campus News on Nov 16, 2015

Here’s what you’ll find in Everyday Democracy‘s BIG LIST OF COMMUNITY ACTION GRANTS: 60 grant opportunities Details on the grant amount, area funded, deadlines, and geographic location Funding for a wide variety of issue areas including youth empowerment, education, strengthening democracy, sustainability, immigration, art and media projects, poverty, and more. Direct links to more information about […]


Call for Participation: Research Study on Millennial Faculty & Civic Engagement

Posted in Updates & Announcements on Nov 12, 2015

A faculty member at Texas A&M University-Central Texas — an American Democracy Project campus — is engaged in a research project focused on Millennial Generation Faculty Members and Civic Engagement. Please read the short study description below and share with colleagues that might be interested in participating in this important effort. Thanks!  Millennial Faculty & Civic […]


100 Years of John Dewey’s Democracy and Education — Commemorate in DC in April 2016

Posted in TDC Opportunities for Members on Nov 5, 2015

The Centennial Conference on Democracy and Education (1916-2016) Take out your calendars and mark these dates: April 7 and 8, 2016. The John Dewey Society will be celebrating the Centennial of the publication of John Dewey’s magisterial Democracy and Education in Washington DC. We want every one interested in advancing democratic education to participate. The […]

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