Carroll continues his work with Wheatley Institute in a new position within the Family Initiative.
Wheatley Institute Sponsors the BYU College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences' Constitution Day Essay Contest
Wheatley encourages BYU students to consider the Constitution's importance and why people should learn more about its history and contents through an essay contest. Wheatley will award scholarships to three student winners.
New fellows are set to help Wheatley Institute conduct research and support the Institute's mission. Each fellow will focus on one of Wheatley's three initiatives: religion, family, and constitutional government.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox gave a sneak peak about a new initiative that he is in the process of creating at the Braver Angels National Convention. The initiative, which is to yet be announced, focuses on creating a healthy conflict model for Americans to use when disagreements arise. Deseret News wrote about his presentation on the democratic need for the improving how Americans disagree.
Students studying to teach secondary social education were provided the unique opportunity to deepen their knowledge and appreciation of the US Constitution and civic virtue.
The "Inside Sources" podcast had three guest speakers: Jonathan Rauch, Anne Snyder, and Russell Moore; that discussed various topics regarding religion, politics, and society. Each person's commentary helped set the stage for their participation in the June 15, 2023 Religious Freedom Annual Review, hosted by Wheatley Institute and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies.