Lee H. Hamilton, the director of the Center on Congress, was U.S. Representative from Indiana’s Ninth District from 1965 to 1999.
Center on Congress
In Washington on Monday, May 6, the Center on Congress at Indiana University is co-hosting a free Capitol Hill Issues Briefing to help journalists cover Congress’s consideration of changes to U.S. immigration policy.
Experienced analysts and reporters will share insights and advice on resources, and explain key aspects of this developing issue, including how “undocumented” immigrants could...
May 30 is the application deadline for teachers who wish to be considered for the 2013 American Civic Education Teacher Awards (ACETA).
The awards are given annually to elementary and secondary teachers of civics, government and related fields who have demonstrated exceptional expertise, dynamism and creativity in motivating students to learn about Congress, the Constitution, and public policy...
Edward G. Carmines, the Center on Congress’s Director of Research, has been promoted to the rank of distinguished professor, the most prestigious academic appointment that Indiana University can bestow upon its faculty. The title is conferred by the university president with approval of the board.
"Indiana University's distinguished professors, including our five newest inductees, are...
Representative Democracy in America
Voices of the People is a national project designed to reinvigorate and educate Americans on the critical relationship between government and the people it serves.
"Representative Democracy in America is a project of the Alliance for Representative Democracy.
The alliance is funded by the US Department of Education under the Education for Democracy Act approved by the U.S. Congress. Project contents do not necessarily represent Department policy, nor should endorsements by the federal government be assumed."