A Class of ’68 gathering was held on Saturday, April 2, at the Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP), home of the Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement (CCDE), founded by the Class of ’68. Class gatherings are for Cal ’68 members and friends of Cal. Contact email@example.com for details and to join the Class of ’68 email list. Learn about upcoming Class of ’68 events as they evolve. CCDE board members met in March to hear from GSPP Dean David C. Wilson about new faculty and programs at GSPP. An interview with the dean is available at: bit.ly/3NKN6mB. The Center continues to support Cal undergraduates who go to the UC Washington Center in Washington, DC, each semester to study and do internships. See the Center’s website for the students’ bios, photos, and essays. Also, graduate students in GSPP receive funding from the Center for their Advanced Policy Analysis (APA) projects, which involve working with state and local governments and nonprofit organizations. This spring semester, five APA projects are receiving funding from the Center. The projects focus on proportional representation, local/public financing of elections, food issues, and the impact of Zoom on the provision of social services. For Center programs, including digital recordings of public lectures, see: bit.ly/3uayh5b. Many thanks to those who contribute to the Center. To make a contribution, see: bit.ly/37g1iDe.
Class Secretary: Diane Moreland Steenman, 2407 W Hazelhurst Ct, Anthem, AZ 85086, firstname.lastname@example.org