The Mellon Foundation made a $500,000 commitment to Project Pericles to support a Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL)™ Program in the Humanities.
Our article “Creating Cohesive Paths to Civic Engagement: Five Approaches to Institutionalizing Civic Engagement,” by Garret S. Batten, Adrienne Falcon, Jan R. Liss, and Arielle del Rosario appears in the eJournal of Public Affairs - Volume 8 Issue 1, Exemplary Scholarship from the 2018 CLDE Meeting: Innovative Civic Engagement Pedagogy.
Project Pericles is pleased to announce that we have selected the third cohort of faculty members for the Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program™.
Project Pericles is saddened to share the news that Harris L. Wofford passed away on January 21 at the age of 92 (read his Washington Post obituary here). Harris was a longtime supporter of Project Pericles and an advocate for civil rights and civic engagement more broadly. He served as a member of the board until 2018 and as a judge at the D4D Legislative Hearings from 2008 to 2013.