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GC students present civic engagement research at National AASCU American Democracy Project conference

GC students LeAnn Whitley, Ruby Zimmerman, and Caroline Olesen presented a competitively selected poster session at the AASCU National Conference on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement in Anaheim, California on June 7.  Their presentation showcased two successful GC American Democracy Project RSO and Rhetoric Program civic engagement external program events; The British National Debate Team and Congress to Campus visits. 

Janet Hoffmann
Professor of Rhetoric
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GC students present research at national American Democracy Project Conference
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