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  • The Power of Inclusion—A Pathway to Improving Undergraduate Education

    As an academic leader at Johns Hopkins University, an institution that prides itself in being the country’s first research university, it was very gratifying to be a member of the team that collaborated to review our undergraduate education and provide recommendations on how to better educate our students in this changing world.
  • When Civic Engagement Assessment Gets Political

    At JMU engagement is conceptualized as consisting of three overlapping areas: engaged learning, community engagement, and civic engagement. Civic engagement is political at JMU and is promoted by the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement (a.k.a. JMU Civic), whose mission is to educate and inspire people to address public issues and cultivate a just and inclusive democracy. As a nonpartisan entity embedded within Academic Affairs, JMU Civic emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge to make one a more informed participant in our democracy, skills to make one a more effective participant, and values that embrace pluralism, open-mindedness, empathy, respect, diversity and inclusion.
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