Democracy Despite Disruption: Improving Student Voter Engagement through Pedagogy

April 24, 2020
Online, 2:00-3:00 p.m., ET


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Colleges and universities are leading the way on improving voter engagement of our diverse populations of student learners, and data show this focus is working. Yet students in some disciplines vote at lower rates than others. What are the ways—even in this time of COVID-19 disruption—that faculty can connect voter engagement to their work with students? This webinar will focus on non-partisan pedagogical and curricular strategies to improve student voter engagement.



Vice President for Diversity. Equity, and Student Success and Executive Director for the TRHT Campus Centers
Office of Diversity. Equity, and Student Success





Bridget G. Trogden

Associate Dean

Associate Professor of Engineering & Science Education

Clemson University



allisonrank.pngAllison Rank
Assistant Professor of Political Science
SUNY Oswego




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Director of Assessment and Associate Professor of Biology
The College of St. Scholastica




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Thayne Center for Service & Learning
Salt Lake Community College



jabaribodrick.pngJabari Bodrick
Associate Director
Leadership and Service Center
University of South Carolina




ArielleMdelRosario .pngArielle M. del Rosario
Assistant Director
Project Pericles, Inc