Pennsylvania Student Voting Summit Presentation Proposals
The Pennsylvania Student Voting Summits serve as an opportunity for colleges and universities across Pennsylvania to come together to learn and connect on issues surrounding nonpartisan democratic engagement with a focus on student voting. We hope that campuses will reflect on the previous democratic engagement efforts of their own, as well as other campuses, and will gain practical knowledge on how to institutionalize efforts. Campus teams will have the opportunity to work on and update their campus’ democratic engagement action plan. It is encouraged to have as many members from your campus planning team for democratic engagement attend the summit together.
Western Pennsylvania Student Voting Summit at the University of Pittsburgh: February 15, 2020
Eastern Pennsylvania Student Voting Summit at the University of Pennsylvania: February 22, 2020
Each summit will have breakout sessions lasting 30-45 minutes creating the opportunity for presentations about democratic engagement efforts.
Proposed presentations should include student presenters when possible and presentations with student presenters will be strongly considered!
Suggested topical areas include:
- voter engagement/ education / turnout efforts
- voting mechanics and laws
- student leadership in democratic engagement
- democratic engagement strategies on campus
- role of faculty and administrators in democratic engagement
- reform and policy change on campus, in the local community, statewide, and national
- community partners, national partners, NSLVE data
Deadline to submit is December 13, 2019. Decision responses will be sent out in mid-January.
Name of your institution/organization
What is your role?
At which summit(s) are you submitting to present? You can present at both summits.
Western Pennsylvania Voter Summit in Pittsburgh on Saturday, February 15th
Eastern Pennsylvania Voter Summit in Philadelphia on Saturday, February 22nd
What is the title of your presentation?
Please provide a one paragraph abstract of your workshop that can be used in conference materials and the website.
Please describe 2 to 3 learning outcomes of the presentation.
Please list names/titles/roles of any additional presenters below.
What technology (if any) do you need for this presentation?
Please list any additional information about your presentation and accessibility.
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