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Brian Schaffner, Tisch College's Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies, finds that after horrifying gun violence, political opinions on the topic become more rigidly divided.
Our new Civic Semester program will allow incoming undergraduates spend their first Tufts semester abroad combining learning and community work
As part of an effort supported by Tisch College, students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer’s Voting Rights Data Institute.
We had a wonderful academic year full of exciting events, groundbreaking research, and new initiatives that expand our reach and strengthen civic life at Tufts.
The new program, thought to be the first in the world, will combine academics and civic engagement.
According to a report released today, Tufts students turned out to vote in 2016 and greatly increased their participation over 2012.
At Tisch College's annual conference, civic leaders, researchers, theorists, and practitioners came together to share ideas about this unique political moment.
The project was organized by Diane O’Donoghue,Director for our Program for Public Humanities, and was funded by the Tisch College Community Research Center
Tisch College's annual conference about democratic participation and civic life drew a wide range of scholars and practitioners.
Our annual civic engagement conference gathered diverse leaders in the work of strengthening our democracy.