Exciting Speakers Announced for #2014CLDE
Check out two of the plenary speakers scheduled to speak at the NASPA 2014 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Conference.
Promoting Civic Engagement Through Global Learning Programs: Strategies for Avoiding the Shadows
Learn how the University of Guelph engages in discussion and reflective practice to improve the department of Student Life's strategies to promote democratic civic engagement through their global programming.
Special Film Screening: Inequality for All - Submit your questions!
NASPA's Lead Initiative is co-sponsoring a screening and simultaneous Q&A session with former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich, about his film Inequality for All. Learn how to submit your questions.
Check out the CLDE Annual Conference Guide!
Are you attending the 2014 NASPA Annual Conference in Baltimore? Check out the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) guide to make sure you attend all the CLDE-related sessions!
Seeing the U.S. Through Their Eyes
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln hosted 20 students from four south African nations as part of a political and civic engagement institute sponsored by the U.S. State Department. Learn about this exchange and the lessons learned through this experience by both the UNL students and the international students.
From SIM to the City: Using Simulations to Prepare Students for Civic Engagement
Simulations are one solution to the problem of cultivating adequate and meaningful ways to train our students to understand the complexities of the lived experiences of people from communities where they will serve.Learn how Otterbein University uses simulation as an experiential learning tool to educate students about poverty.