CEEP Michigan Fellows describe the difficulty of creating community on campus and getting out the vote in the COVID age.

Empowering Students, Building Community: The Importance of Faculty Involvement in Student Voting Efforts

One of my biggest takeaways from being a graduate student and employee during the COVID-19 pandemic is the importance of human connection across campus roles. I have struggled in taking all of my classes and work meetings from my dining room, but I know that everyone I meet with [...]

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Barriers to Student Voting—National Press Club Discussion Rebroadcast on C-SPAN

Campus Election Engagement Project’s Paul Loeb and Thurgood Marshall Jr. discussed overcoming disenfranchisement of the younger electorate this November (Washington, DC)––Earlier this week, the National Press Club hosted a conversation with Paul Loeb, founder of the Campus Election Engagement Project, and Thurgood Marshall Jr. on overcoming the challenges and barriers [...]

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