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  1. Civic Dispatch: USA JOIPs Recapture History with Digitization Project

    In partnership with the Mobile Creole Cultural and Historical Preservation Society and the Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library, the University of South Alabama JOIPs stepped back in time with their summer project. Read More »

  2. From Dialogues to Decisions: SIIIP & DMC

    In late 2021, the DMC was contacted by Auburn University Outreach to join the Securing Identification for Individuals who are Incarcerated Project (SIIIP) by hosting a series of convenings in Montgomery throughout the spring. Six months later, the project has helped forty-one individuals receive their identification and is poised to help many more in the future.  Read More »

  3. Applications Open for 2022-2023 McKenzie Civic Fellowship

    Applications are now open for the 2022-2023 McKenzie Civic Fellowship. Learn more and apply today!

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  4. 2022-23 JOIP Request for Proposals

    The David Mathews Center for Civic Life is pleased to announce our Jean O’Connor-Snyder Internship Call for Proposals for the 2022-23 academic year! Read More »

  5. Call for Proposals: 2022-23 Innovators in Civic Education Fellowship

    The David Mathews Center for Civic Life’s (DMC) Innovators in Civic Education Fellowship provides classroom and community-based educators with the resources and training they need to bring high-quality, civics-forward social studies education to their classroom.

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  6. New Directions: The 2021 Year in Review

    2021 was a year of exciting transition for the Mathews Center! From welcoming our newest Executive Director to launching our Annual Fund, we are inspired to reach new goals and objectives in the coming years. Join us as we recap 2021 and highlight all our programs and events throughout the year! Read More »

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