In these blog posts and articles, featured on PoliticalScienceNow.com, the Journal of Political Science Education, and PS: Political Science & Politics, political science faculty and students discuss their experiences and suggested strategies for encouraging civic engagement on campus. Links to new posts will be added as they are published.
|“Rutgers University Gets Out the Vote: Going Big in the Big Ten and and Beyond”||Elizabeth C. Matto (Rutgers University)|
|“Preparing Your Students to be ALL IN for the 2020 Election”||Stephanie King (ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge)|
|“Becoming a Stop on the Road to the White House: Using a University Protocol to Govern Candidate Visits”||Karen M. Kedrowski, Iowa State University; Katarina Duich Moyon, Winthrop University|
|“Why is the Youth Vote So Important in Arizona?”||Scott Noble and Meg Ruff (Northern Arizona University)|
|“Chicago Encourages Civic Engagement for 2020 Census”||Marco Rosaire Rossi (University of Illinois- Chicago)|
|“Racial Liberalism: Connecting Protest and Electoral Politics Today”|
Sanford F. Schram (City University of New York) and Richard Fording (University of Alabama)