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2021-2022 JCCP Student Political Engagement Fund

2021-2022 JCCP Student Political Engagement Fund Wesleyan University has a long history of supporting student engagement in the public sphere. Last year, during an unprecedented moment in American history, we joined forces with colleges and universities across the U.S. to reaffirm our collective responsibility to encourage student leadership development, engagement in electoral politics, and collaboration with…

Allbritton Center Civic Engagement Report 2020-2021

The Allbritton Center is the hub of civic engagement at Wesleyan University. We study public life, actively partner with the local and regional community, and teach practical skills for social impact. The Center houses the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, the Jewett Center for Community Partnerships, the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship,  Service Learning, and…

E2020 Event: The 2020 Election Cycle – A Debrief

It’s not hyperbole to say that the 2020 Election may be the most consequential and most unusual election in our lifetime. Want to better understand what happened and what it might mean going forward?   Join members of Wesleyan’s faculty in American Politics, Logan Dancey, Erika Franklin Fowler, Alyx Mark, Steven Moore, and Justin Peck for “The 2020 Election…

E2020 and WesGIS Event: Presidential Election Mapping

WesGIS Workshop Series / Engage 2020 Event Series: Presidential Election Mapping   Intrigued by the red/blue US maps prevalent in the news media this time of year? Transfixed by the real-time, digital maps of the evolving results on election night? Or merely want to make a basic map in ArcGIS Online? Learn how to use…

#E2020 Final Presidential Debate Discussion

Wesleyan students are invited to join Government Professors Logan Dancey and Justin Peck for a post-debate discussion following the final presidential debate.   The event is meant as an opportunity for students to engage in a dialogue with one another about the debate. Professors Dancey and Peck will pose some initial discussion questions and help facilitate the conversation.  …

Hello from the JCCP Engage 2020 Intern!

My name is Douglas Kiman. I am a fourth year PhD candidate in ethnomusicology (Music department), originally from Paris, and I have been involved with the Jewett Center for Community Partnerships as the new Engage 2020 Intern since September 2020. Besides my activities as a doctoral student, I have been engaged in the Wesleyan student community as…

#E2020 Post-VP Debate Discussion

Wesleyan students are invited to join Government Professors Logan Dancey, Erika Franklin Fowler, and Steven Moore for a post-debate discussion following the vice presidential debate. You can join the discussion via this link: http://bit.ly/wes_postdebate2.  The event is meant as an opportunity for students to engage in a dialogue with one another about the debate. Professors Dancey, Fowler, and Moore…

Don’t Hate…Communicate! : E2020 Event with Dr. David Campt

Don’t Hate…Communicate! led by Dr. David Campt  (as seen on Trevor Noah). This is an interactive experience designed to help people better understand how to navigate many of the challenges of modern day political polarization. With the election approaching and polarization increasing, many people do not know how to have a civil conversation with others who might disagree with them…

Religion, Diversity and Democracy: Eboo Patel in Conversation with Michael Roth

In this E2020 Speaker Series Event, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Founder and President Eboo Patel, will highlight the findings of IFYC’s recently released IDEALS research on religious and political diversity issues in Higher Education. Wesleyan President Michael Roth will then offer a response. The United States is the most religiously diverse nation in human history…