Full course description
The Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program was launched in 2017 to support three program areas – funding student research/internships, faculty engagement projects, and community event programming. With the onset of COVID-19, we have developed an exciting new program focus on virtual programming that will allow us to reach the state as a whole. The Wallop Public Engagement Catalog joins the Wallop K-12 Curriculum project to bring resources to communities around the state and K-12 audiences. This project is named in honor of the late Senator Malcolm Wallop who was known for his support for dialogue on important local, state, national, and international issues. This project supports faculty, student, and community programming on a wide array of important issues.