The Good Project is made up of individual sub-projects that can be grouped by focus area: work, play, citizenship, and life.
Click on one of our projects below to be taken to a description of that project’s research initiatives and links to relevant resources.
Good Work: Exploring work that is excellent, ethical, and engaging and encouraging its incidence in the world today.
Good Collaboration: Seeking to understanding the factors that result in effective (and ineffective) collaborations and collaboratory organizations.
Good Play: Focusing on the way young people interact with new media with attention to ethics.
Developing Minds & Digital Media (DM2): Uncovering from a human development perspective how current youth differ from older generations due to the influence of digital media.
Good Participation: Studying civic and political participation among young people in a technological age.
Trust and Trustworthiness: Examining how young people think about trust in a media-saturated society compared to earlier generations.
Civic Trust Among Young Immigrants: Probing how young immigrants in America engage with civic life.