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Pictured from top left: Riley Back, Myles Carlos, and Liz Bitzer with the C-SPAN bus; Liz Bitzer pictured by the Washington Post at Bernie Sanders rally; Myles Carlos and Jenny Jackson at campaign rally; Riley Back at campaign event.
The Purdue Institute for Civic Communication (PICC) is a university-wide and non-partisan center dedicated to providing students with learning experiences in and about the real world.
Made possible through a long partnership between C-SPAN and Ambassador Curiel, professor in the Lamb School of Communication, and support from the Daniels Fund of Denver, the PICC promotes student success through innovative teaching, mentoring, and real-world application of their education. Students find success as they learn a greater appreciation for the shared values of citizenship, civic participation, and integrity in words and actions.
picc national poll
PICC is now in is second year of a national poll on civic confidence: what Americans know, how they participate, and what they believe about the state of the nation. PICC undergraduate students design and field the surveys in partnership with Penn Schoen Berland of Washington, D.C.