Student Engagement Opportunities • Campus Events • Current Issues
The purpose of the American Democracy Project (ADP) at UNK is to promote both civic and political engagement among students, providing opportunities across campus for individuals to be involved in the democratic community through volunteering, advocacy, voting, and service learning.
The American Democracy Project is a national program gaining momentum on university campuses. The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) sponsors the program, in partnership with The New York Times.
For more information about the ADP at UNK, contact email@example.com.
Dennis Potthoff, Coordinator
"True Islam: Human Rights, Faith, and Women," Lewis E. Harris Lecture on Public Policy, Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Laureate - 7:00 p.m.
12:15 p.m. - Randy Cantrell from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Extension, introduced by Shawn Kaskie, Center for Rural Research and
Development, Fireside Lounge of the Nebraskan Student Union, Free
Pizza and Pop provided by the NY Times - Sponsored by the NY Times and ADP