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2019

December

Philosophy, honors student graduates despite life obstacles
December 6, 2019

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for fall

November

Pennsylvania's occupational licensing reforms would lower barriers for ex-offenders; more reforms needed
November 27, 2019

As several states address criminal justice reform and recidivism, Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a policy change to the commonwealth’s occupational licensing laws, which currently forbid ex

Why libertarians should read Frank Knight
November 13, 2019

In an article, Ross Emmett, director of the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty and Professor of Political Economy in the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership discusses the impo

ASU part of cohort receiving award to fund civic education study
November 1, 2019

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University has partnered with civic education provider iCivics and two prominent universities as part of a major grant award

October

Immigration authors examine nuances of assimilation at ASU talk
October 31, 2019

When people move to the United States, their journey to assimilation is a complex process that involves change for everyone in the community, according to two authors who have studied this contempo

'One Small Step' toward a more civil future
October 24, 2019

Shakespeare was hardly the first to acknowledge mankind’s shared humanity, but the words he used to do so are inarguably enduring.

ASU undergrads help produce first-of-its-kind report on business rules
October 9, 2019

A team of undergraduate researchers at Arizona State University spent a year mining and analyzing data to produce a first-of-its-kind report that ranks 115 cities in three countries on how easy it

September

New lecture series aims to capture importance of civic participation
September 24, 2019

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership will launch the third season of its “Civic Discourse Project” on Sept.

ASU professor discusses the history, importance of Constitution Day
September 17, 2019

In September 1787, the delegates of the Constitutional Convention took the monumental step of signing the document they had drafted during the convention and which would become the Constitution of

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