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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.
Please consider attending the TEDx Lincoln Event. The organizers have reached out to UNK and would love to see some of our faculty/staff/students represented at this exciting event.
The live event will be September 23, 2016
Visit TEDxLincoln Events for more information.
Thanks to UNK American Democracy Project partners and supporters, our recent speaker wrote an article mentioning UNK in the international Arctic Journal.
Our pilot "UNK Talks" event was nationally recognized in the Campus Spotlight section of the ADP monthly newsletter and was covered in an article by UNK Communications. ADP Committee members representing the "First Year" program also received good press coverage as Aaron's winning "Talk" received top honors.
For more information about ADP at UNK
Shawn Kaskie, Coordinator