Guides.Vote: Guides for the 2022 Elections

People often don’t vote because they don’t know where candidates stand and are confused about how to find out. Widespread political cynicism, disinformation, and spin don’t help. But nonpartisan candidate guides provide a concise and credible way to compare candidates’ stands and make clear why voting matters. Beginning in 2012, our team of veteran journalistsContinue reading “Guides.Vote: Guides for the 2022 Elections”

10th Annual National Community College Peacebuilding Seminar: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Since 2013, over 150 community college professionals have assembled in person and virtually to consider issues of peacebuilding, conflict, international affairs, diversity, human rights, and globalization.   This is the only seminar of its kind in the U.S.  This year, it will again be held virtually by Zoom.  The dates of the seminar are October 28Continue reading “10th Annual National Community College Peacebuilding Seminar: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN”

Forage Center Conversation: Sustainability in Disaster Response – Understanding the Progression of Vulnerability, 9/23/22, 4 p.m. ET

REGISTER​​ ​ Dr. Jess Bonnan-White facilitates a conversation on sustainability in disaster response with Dr. Maritza Jauregui, Associate Professor of Sustainability, Stockton University. Maritza Jauregui, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sustainability, Stockton University Growing and working in low-income communities where chromium blooms in recreational fields were common and where the dumping of construction debris and otherContinue reading “Forage Center Conversation: Sustainability in Disaster Response – Understanding the Progression of Vulnerability, 9/23/22, 4 p.m. ET”