Political Science

ROUNDTABLE -- Young Voters in 2018: What's the same and what's different?

Fri, 19 Oct 2018 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Join us for a conversation with Abby Kiesa, Director of Impact for The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE).  Abby serves as liaison to practitioner organizations across the country to maintain a conversation between research and practice. She also provides leadership for CIRCLE’s election strategies as well as communications, and works on other research and evaluation projects, including two major national studies: Millennials Talk Politics: A Study of College Student Political Engagement and “That’s Not Democracy”: How Out-of-School Youth Participate in Civic Life and What Stands in Their Way.  In addition to CIRCLE’s youth engagement work, Abby also engages in research related to Tisch College’s civic renewal efforts.  She is versed in the wide range of youth civic and political engagement efforts and practice, as well as topics such as youth political engagement, and the democratic work of higher education. She is particularly interested in topics such as the infrastructure that supports civic life and democracy, as well as the relationship between inequality and impact as related to democratic participation.

Friday, OCTOBER 19th

10:30am -- noon

JMU Washington Center
1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 320
Washington, D.C. 20036

Please take a minute to register here.

This talk is part of the JMU Washington Center Public Affairs Roundtable series

In cooperation with the
James Madison Center for Civic Engagement


JMU Washington Center Public Affairs Roundtable series

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