Project- and Human-Centered Teaching and Learning: Diplomacy Lab and the Expanded Public Charge Rule for New Cabo Verdean Immigrants
School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development
Geography and Anthropology
This commentary introduces the U.S. State Department-sponsored Diplomacy Lab. This program provides interdisciplinary teams of students an opportunity to learn how to directly inform government policy development and implementation. In the project discussed here, a team of student researchers considered how the new public charge final rule could impact Cabo Verdean immigrants in the United States. The program demonstrates how project- and human-centered pedagogy through social science research advances student learning by providing students an opportunity to directly observe the complex effects of policy decisions on people’s lives.
Teaching and Learning Anthropology Journal
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Lundy, Brandon; Garefino, Allision; Cleaver, Brenda L.; Dumett, Danielle; Godwin, Kaitlyn; Haile, Agazeet; Hasse, William P.; Seigler, Alexandria; Smith, Kathleen B.; and Zingleman, Nicholas A., "Project- and Human-Centered Teaching and Learning: Diplomacy Lab and the Expanded Public Charge Rule for New Cabo Verdean Immigrants" (2020). Faculty Publications. 4618.