Democracy, Elections, and Political Progress
Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, Georgia State University | Atlanta
This public lecture series promoted constructive conversation about the ethics and policy dimensions of free and fair elections. Topics explored included the role of political protest, access to healthcare, and the impact of voters from historically marginalized communities.
Savannah History Remix Walking Tours
Georgia Southern University | Savannah
History graduate students developed walking tours and an accompanying website that focuses on underrepresented narratives of Savannah’s history, including stories of immigrants, laborers, and members of the LGBTQ+ community, to bring new voices to Savannah’s historical narrative.
Economics in Children’s Literature
Georgia Council on Economic Education | multiple locations around the state
This teacher workshop provided training, lesson plans, and additional resources for elementary and middle school teachers. GCEE conducted these workshops, which integrate economics into the curriculum across the state, modeling research-based instructional theory by master teachers.