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2019

October

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

Campus discourse has been hijacked by a few radical 'cancelers,' says Robby Soave
September 5, 2019

Frequent incidents over the past few years in which appearances by conservative speakers have been shut down or canceled at college campuses are an alarming threat to free speech, according to libe

After prison, more punishment
September 3, 2019

Across the country, more than 10,000 regulations restrict people with criminal records from obtaining occupational licenses, according to a database developed by the American Bar Association.

August

McCain Institute launches ‘We Hold These Truths’ campaign
August 29, 2019

Serving abroad for the Peace Corps. Pledging money to sponsor clean drinking water in developing countries. Working an election booth to ensure fairness.

ASU professors on U.S. interest in central Europe, Black Sea region
August 26, 2019

In the 70 years since the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty established an international alliance to prevent future devastation like that which was wrought during the First and Second World Wars

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.

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