RSA Comment, a blog of the UK’s Royal Society of Arts, has published a piece by The Good Project’s Danny Mucinskas and Howard Gardner. Mucinskas and Gardner’s commentary, titled “Good Work: A View from Across the Pond,” is a response to the …
The second annual Global Citizens Youth Summit was held at Harvard University in August 2015, bringing together rising high school seniors from 14 different countries. Founded by Yumi Kuwana, the Summit is an intensive program designed to foster a world-wide civic outlook …
Each year, graduations and the speeches that they bring provide us with words that encourage reflection on the questions that the Good Project seeks to explore: what does it mean to be a good worker, good person, and good citizen? We again feature quotes from a range of commencement speeches that have taken place at institutions of higher education in May and June of 2015.
Tonight at 8:30pm EST/7:30pm CT, the 2015 Brock Prize Symposium will be livestreamed via the Brock Prize website, and will feature Howard Gardner, the 2015 Brock International Prize in Education Laureate.
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, a partner of the Good Project, has recently established the Joan and Fred Miller Distinguished Professor of Good Work.
On Tuesday March 24, 2015 at 7:30pm, Howard Gardner will be speaking at the Brock International Prize Symposium at the University of Tulsa.
As part of the Good Project’s Newsletter, we write a feature on a different idea drawn from The Good Project’s range of initiatives. For the February 2015 issue, we featured ‘Quality’, and the excerpt from the newsletter is featured here: The concept …
The Family Dinner Project’s Teacher Network Twitter Chat on “Keeping Kids Healthy”, on 2/19 at 8pm EST
On Thursday February 19th at 8pm EST, The Family Dinner Project (@FDP_Tweets) will be joined by co-host Allison Howe, MPH of DontPanicMom.com (@DontPanicMom) to discuss strategies for keeping kids healthy and carrying positive habits between home and school.
Howard Gardner has been awarded the 2015 Brock International Prize in Education for his contributions to the field of education.
Good Participation Team’s Follow-Up Research on Youth’s Civic Expression Published in International Journal of Communication
Good Participation researchers Emily Weinstein, Margaret Rundle, and Carrie James have published a follow-up study to their original research on youth’s civic expression online and offline.