What’s New with ADP? May 2016 Edition
May 2016 Edition
- Register Now: #CLDE16: 2016 Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement Meeting
Thursday, June 1, 2016 to Saturday, June 4, 2016
Indianapolis Marriott Downtown • Indianapolis, Indiana
Note that all ADP participants are encouraged to attend the ADP Organizing Meeting from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 2. During this session we will review the last year, welcome new participating campuses, present awards and plan the upcoming year together!
- For more information about CLDE 2016: http://www.aascu.org/meetings/clde16/
- Register online here and be sure to check out our pre-conference institutes on Wed., June 1
- Book your hotel room by Wednesday, May 25th at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown here.
- Become a Mentor / Mentee at the #CLDE16 Meeting: submit your interest here.
- Apply for the 2017 CLDE Meeting Planning Committee by May 20th. #CLDE17 will be in Baltimore, Md. from June 8-10, 2017. Interested applicants should send a current resume and a brief statement of interest to Jen Domagal-Goldman at email@example.com by May 20, 2016. Selected committeewill be notified of their participation on the 2017 CLDE Meeting planning committee by May 31, 2016. To learn more, click here.
- RSVP Now: ADP/TDC Engage the Election 2016 Webinar on “Teenage Mutant Civic Hurdles: How Civic Tech Turns Students into Citizens” | Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
In this webinar, Alex Schreiner and Mark Keida of civic tech start-up icitizen will explore the “rising tide” of powerful new engagement tools driven by technology and designed to solve this problem. These tools create a simple but powerful two-way feedback loop between students and the communities they care about, both on and off campus. Join us as we demonstrate how to create informed, engaged and empowered students—while measuring the impact higher education is having on their civic development.
o Speakers: Mark Keida, Director of Polling from icitizen, and Alex Schreiner, Partnerships and Outreach Manager from icitizen
o When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 2:30 p.m.-4 p.m. EST
o RSVP here.
- Is your campus participating in NSLVE? | Due: May 27, 2016
By now, you know about Tufts University’s National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE). A free service, NSLVE measures student registration and voting rates and provides each participating campus with a tailored report containing those rates broken down by age, class level, race/ethnicity, gender, voting method, and voting location. See a sample report. This is your last chance before the 2016 election to join more than 800 colleges and universities nationwide that have already learned their rates for 2012 and 2014. Over 150 ADP campuses are currently participating.This is not a survey! All you need to do is submit this authorization form. For more information, visit the NSLVE website. Submit your form by May 13, 2016. Not sure if your campus is participating? View the list of NSLVE campuses here.
- Job Posting: Exec. Dir of CCEL at Weber State University
Weber State University, an ADP campus located in Ogden, Utah, seeks an Executive Director of its Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL). The full job posting can be found at: jobs.weber.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=61032. Review of applications begins June 1.
- TWC Higher Education Civic Engagement Award – Call for nominations
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, an independent nonprofit educational organization, invites nominations for the 2016 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award. The award recognizes institutions that are achieving breadth and depth of civic engagement through mutually transformational partnerships that address issues of public concern at any level from the local to the global. Learn more about past recipients and how to nominate an institution here. The deadline for nominations is Friday, May 27th.
- Stockton University (N.J.): Tahira Ayub is the co-founder of the Society of Young Muslim Women, who was offered a blog position in the Huffington Post because of their project titled “Muslim ID.” Since then, they have been able to write up a few more posts and conduct a few additional projects about embracing their identities as Americans and Muslim in the face of rising Islamophobia.
WHAT WE’RE READING
- NIFI Issues Guides: Climate Change free download
- Human Trafficking: How Can Our Community Respond to This Growing Problem?
- eJournal of Public Affairs: Civic and Campus Health special issue
ADP ON TWITTER
@Sreynolds05: Beyond excited 2have @umbc ‘s @manisha_vepa as a #CLDE16 stud. intern. Her voice is instrumental in shaping #CLDE16
@ADPaascu: @SalemState awarded @NobleHour grant to fund freshman civic engagement project: http://ow.ly/4ncNq6 #Opps4All #studentsuccess
@TurboVote: Excited to see all our friends in Indy at #CLDE16 soon. Register today if you haven’t already!
@WinonaSenate: Students from the American Democracy Project request funding to attend the regional convention.
@TribStarNick: ISU’s American Democracy Project registered more than 600 students to vote this semester: coordinator Carly Schmitt #vigoelection16
@PACE_Salisbury: Millennials only accounted for 14% of the votes in this year’s #NYPrimary! Can we top that in the #MDPrimary? It’s time to #SquawkTheVote
@StocktonSL: Congrats to Maryam Sarhan who was selected as one of the 2016 CLDE Student Interns! #facesofclde #CLDE16
2016 DATES FOR YOUR CALENDER
- May 17: Book hotel room deadline
- May 20: Become a mentor/mentee at the #CLDE16 deadline
- May 20: Apply to be a CLDE17 planning committee member
- May 27: Submit form for campus participation in NSLVE study
- June 1: #CLDE16 Pre-Conference Institutes
- June 2-4: ADP/TDC/NASPA #CLDE16 Meeting in Indianapolis
- August 1-6: ADP Stewardship of Public Lands Seminar, Yellowstone