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Indiana University Bloomington is launching a series of activities to encourage students to be involved in the November 2016 elections, including participation in the All In Campus Democracy Challenge, voter registration drives, walk-to-vote events, panel discussions and lectures.
The three-year grant will support research, new course offerings and career-enhancing opportunities for students.
With special consideration given to underrepresented populations, the scholarship was open to all incoming freshmen directly admitted to the Kelley School.