Civic Health InitiativesAnnual Conference and Events


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Study Shows Alabamians are Neighborly, But Lag in Taking Community Action2015 Alabama Civic Health IndexThe David Mathews Center for Civic Life, University of Alabama – New College, Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts, and NCoC Release Alabama Civic Health Index. April 14, 2015
Alabama’s civic challenge: Turn neighborliness into public actionBy Cristin Foster on April 12, 2015
‘Civic health’ conversation set next Tuesday in Auburnby Staff, Opeilka Auburn News April 8, 2015
Alabama students create posters for the National Civic Data Challengeal.comA group of Alabama high school students participated in the Civic Data Challenge by creating posters to inform the public about the Alabama Civic Health Index. June 18, 2012
Alabama Civic Health Index 2011The first-ever report on the civic health of the state of Alabama. April 19, 2012
First-Ever Report on the Civic Health of Alabama Finds that Neighbors Matter More than PoliticiansAlabama Civic Health Index examines the strength of Alabama’s social connections and its impact on community engagement across the stateA report released today finds that Alabama out-performs national trends in public work - including attending meetings and working with neighbors to solve problems. Some forms of civic involvement, such ... April 19, 2012
A Conversation on Alabama’s Civic Health featuring Dr. Robert PutnamDr. Robert Putnam, Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University will deliver the keynote address for the unveiling of the Alabama Civic Health Index (ACHI), Thursday, April 19th at the Joseph ... April 12, 2012
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