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Millennial Values Fellow Profile: Rachel Stanley

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Published on Jul 26, 2012

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This video has been excerpted from the Berkley Center's Millennial Values Symposium.

What is distinctive about Millennials? How do their personal and public values differ from those of previous generations? How will they shape the 2012 election and America's future? Emily Atkinson was one of the fifteen student leaders from around the country who convened at Georgetown University to discuss these questions. This event was cosponsored by the Division of Student Affairs.

The event coincided the release of a groundbreaking national survey of 18-24 year olds on faith, values, and the 2012 election. To learn more visit the Millennial Values Survey Release event page and the Berkley Center's Campus Conversation on Values page: http://bit.ly/yiQUaR

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