We are very excited to announce that iCivics Executive Director, Louise Dubé won this year's DVF People’s Voice Awards. Dubé's win, based upon thousands of popular votes, brings $50,000 to iCivics to help continue our mission of engaging the next generation of citizens with quality, nonpartisan civic education resources.
iCivics and the Aspen Institute are cosponsoring the National O'Connor Scholars Program. 11th or 12th grade students interested in the work of the Supreme Court, the life of Justice O’Connor, and/or constitutional law and history; and a record of civic participation and leadership in school, community, and/or faith- based organizations are encouraged to apply.
Research: the word heard ‘round the world by college freshmen. When I began my first year at the University of Florida (UF), it seemed that everyone who was anyone was doing research. In fact, my first course syllabi were filled with research proposals, papers, and panels with experienced undergraduate researchers.