The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life
Created in 2000 to respond to growing political cynicism and disaffection in the United States, the Institute is named for Annette Greenfield Strauss: former Dallas mayor, community leader, and philanthropist. The Institute envisions a democracy where all citizens are informed, vote, and are actively involved in improving their communities. Through nonpartisan research, education, and outreach, the Institute seeks to understand and overcome obstacles to civic engagement.
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Featured Job Opening:
- Senior Administrative Associate – Grants and Lab Oversight
- Social Science / Humanities Research Associate IV: Research Manager
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Belo Center for New Media, UT Austin
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