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Three students received a total of $900 to support valuable research with implications for local communities.
Data from Tisch College's National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement show that Tufts' voting rate more than doubled compared to the 2014 midterms.
Our experts will be co-principal investigators and co-authors of a comprehensive report on how to improve civic education in America.
Tisch College's Institute for Democracy & Higher Education's national study finds that 40% of college students voted in last year's midterms.
Check out what we were up to in the past academic year: new student programs, election-year research, exciting speakers and more!
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.
Youth turnout went up in all 34 states for which we have data, according to research from Tisch College's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE).
Tisch College's CIRCLE research center finds that young people turned out at historic rate and youth vote choice was overwhelmingly Democratic
A new poll from Tisch College's CIRCLE researchers shows high interest in midterms among youngest voters and strong support for Democrats.
Tisch College is involved in one of these outstanding research projects: Equity in Health, Wealth, and Civic Engagement