Campus Conversation on Values
What do young Americans think about American democracy, its problems and its promise? How do they relate their values to the 2012 campaign?
On October 4-6, 2012, Georgetown University convened students from around the country for a series of conversations about values and the future of American democracy. This second Millennial Values Symposium—the first was held in April 2012—featured discussions with elected officials and media leaders, as well as the release of a national survey of young Americans on religion, values, and the 2012 election.
>> Millennial Values Survey Release Event
>> Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey
>> Press Release
>> Discussion with Millennial Mayors Event
>> Millennial Values Campus Events
Millennial Values Fellowship Winners
The winners of the second Millennial Values Fellowship contest are Zachary Yentzer, Ryan Price, Mohammad Usman, Tyler Bishop, Seth Warner, Brice Ezell, Hira Baig, Josina De Raadt, and Ashton Adams. Fellows returning from the first symposium are Daniel Chen, Aamir Hussain, Emily Atkinson, Abigail Clauhs, Rachel Stanley, and Zeenia Framroze.
The Millennial Values Symposium, part of the Berkley Center’s program on Faith, Values, and Public Life, is supported by a Ford Foundation grant.
This page includes links to posts from current fellows, multimedia, the student-run #values2012 blog, and resources developed before, during, and after the first Millennial Values Symposium held in April 2012.
|Ashton Adams||Emily Atkinson|
|Hira Baig||Talene Bilazarian|
|Tyler Bishop||Tyler Bugg|
|Daniel Chen||Abigail Clauhs|
|Josina De Raadt||Brice Ezell|