MTSU's American Democracy Project is the commons for civic learning, civic engagement, and student voting.
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Attend our Panel: "State Legislatures Shaping the Nation: Tennessee Law and National Civic Culture"
September 13th at 3:00 on stage of the Tucker Theatre and broadcast live on mtsu.edu/live streaming.
More information on event scheduling to be announced.
MTSU students can register here at mtsu.edu/vote
MTSU is the leader in 2019 Tennessee College Voter Registration Competition through the Secretary of State's Office.
The American Democracy Project's goal is to produce graduates who understand and are committed to engaging in meaningful actions as citizens in a democracy. By working with students and faculty, the American Democracy Project seeks to nurture programs inside and outside the classroom that raise the levels of our campus community's engagement with the local, national, and global communities around us.
Under the auspices of the Office of the University Provost, Middle Tennessee State University has participated in this national initiative since its founding in 2003. The American Democracy Project has grown into a multi-campus initiative that seeks to create an intellectual and experiential understanding of civic engagement for undergraduates enrolled at institutions that are members of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). Currently more than 250 campuses participate in the American Democracy Project.
Dr. Mary Evins (Research Professor, University Honors College, Associate Professsor, Department of History) coordinates the American Democracy Project. Find her at the Paul W. Martin Honors Building in HONR 221.
- To work with ADP, email email@example.com.
- To join the ADP student organization, visit the myMT page and click on Join Organization.
- Listen to Dr. Evins discussing the American Democracy Project on the WGNS Action Line radio program:
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At MTSU, the American Democracy Project is a program of the University Honors College.