The Interactivity Foundation works to engage citizens in the exploration and development of possibilities for public policy through small group discussions.
- Introduction First generation college students-- or those students whose parents did not complete a four-year degree-- face unique challenges. First-generation students include traditional-aged students, active-duty members of the military and veterans studying with G.I. benefits, as well as adult learners completing a degree while working full-time … Read more
- Community-based learning is education that takes place off college campus. With community partners as co-educators, students and faculty collaborate on shared learning, co-construction of knowledge, and civic action projects. This year, the Interactivity Foundation has been engaging with scholars and … Read more
- Don’t know what to discuss at Thanksgiving dinner? Terrified of talking about current events? Breathe easy. We’ve got you covered. Invite your family to discuss Agri-Culture & The Future of Farming. This is our newest exploratory discussion guide that examines … Read more