Wesleyan University: Dancey Engages Students in Elections Research, E2020 Initiative

Associate Professor of Government Logan Dancey foresees many important opportunities for students to get involved and make a difference with upcoming local elections this fall—and the Engage 2020 (E2020 initiative) will be a prime vehicle for that work.

Dancey recently gave a presentation via Zoom video webinar to Wesleyan faculty and staff about his research on American electoral politics and his work with students on this topic. Featured as part of the regular Staff Luncheon series, Dancey’s talk was titled “Student-Centered Elections Research: From the Middletown Mayoral Race to E2020.”


Read the full article here: http://newsletter.blogs-staging.wesleyan.edu/2020/04/24/dancey-engages-students-in-elections-research-e2020-initiative/

Logan Dancey, associate professor of government, spoke about the experience of students in his 2018 Campaigns and Elections class and their exit-polling project, executed in collaboration with students from North Dakota State University and St. Olaf College.


As students around the country find meaningful ways to participate in American civic life, we will share inspiring stories of engagement and ideas for best practices from across the institutions that have committed to the principles of Engage 2020.