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2019

June

High school students study Constitution as they strive to become better citizens
June 27, 2019

More than 60 high school students from Arizona, California and Texas recently spent a week on the Tempe campus at Arizona State University where they studied the Constitution and Abraham Lincoln in

ASU students experience Israel and West Bank to study democracy, leadership, civility
June 21, 2019

Israel and the West Bank offered the latest opportunity for students in The College’s School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership to grapple with complex

StoryCorps project coming to ASU to promote civil discourse on campus
June 7, 2019

Arizona State University founded the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership in 2017 in part to promote civil discourse and free speech on campus.

Experiential learning: ASU students get jumpstart in Washington, D.C.
June 4, 2019

Alexandria Maese grew up knowing firsthand how international affairs hit home.

April

First graduate of a growing school sets the bar high
April 24, 2019

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2019 c

School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership forms advisory board
April 16, 2019

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University has formed a National Board of Counselors to advise the school on its mission to develop a new understandin

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences recognizes academic excellence with spring 2019 Dean’s Medalists
April 15, 2019

On Tuesday, May 7, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students fro

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences recognizes academic excellence with spring 2019 Dean’s Medalists
April 15, 2019

On Tuesday, May 7, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize its highest achieving students fro

License to thrive: Arizona bill would allow reciprocity for regulated professions
April 9, 2019

The Arizona Legislature recently passed HB 2569, a bill that would loosen occupational licensing laws in the state by recognizing out-of-state

Rebuilding civic education key to keeping democracy running, professor says
April 4, 2019

America has lost the “owner’s manual” to democracy and must focus on restoring civics education to the next generation to reclaim it, according to a Harvard University professor and theorist.

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