The When The People Speak Deliberative Poll Event is proud to announce our new project advisors:
|Alan Vanderberg||County Administrator||Ottawa County|
|Curtis Holt||City Manager||Wyoming|
|Greg Sundstrom||City Manager||Grand Rapids|
|Jim Talen||Kent County Commissioner||16th District|
|Jorge Gonzalez||Director of Economic Development||LINC|
|Keith Van Beek||Assistant County Administrator||Ottawa County|
|Kevin den Dulk||Executive Director of Henry Institute||Calvin College|
|Mark Lemoine||Director of System Government Affairs||Spectrum Health|
|Neil Carlson||Director of Center for Social Research||Calvin College|
|Rosalynn Bliss||City Commissioner of Grand Rapids||2nd Ward|
For more information about the Poll Event, visit our website: KentCountySpeaks.org
If you are interested in contributing to our project as an advisor, please contact us!
CSR has a ton of work to do, so we are expanding our team. We are looking for great candidates with relevant Master’s or PhD degrees to fill our Assistant Director position. Having been the Assistant Director myself, I can tell you that the job is a challenging and rewarding platform on which to build a great career in research. Calvin College and CSR are increasingly connected to the community, technically sophisticated and involved in a broad array of interesting on- and off-campus projects. To get more information, visit employment.calvin.edu or contact us at 616 526-7799 or email@example.com.
Each year, the social science departments invite a selection of expert speakers to give an informational presentation about a topic in their field. This year’s speakers for the fall semester are:
|October 18th|| |
The Spread of New Illegal
Practices Among Management Elite.
Building Effective Models
for Social Science Research.
Outcomes Among Children Adopted
Internationally at School-Age.
Each talk will begin at 12:30p in the Alumni Association Board Room. Professor Steve McMullen will distribute lunch tickets before the conversation begins. Each talk will end with enough time to get to 1:30p classes.
We hope to see you there!
Civic-minded friends, watch this space for news about our newest initiative, the Kent County Deliberative Poll®, inspired by and intended for local implementation in cooperation with James Fishkin and the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford University.
Please extend a warm welcome to Project Coordinator Allison Rudi, who will be contacting a broad coalition of community partners and research organizations (including you) to advise, sponsor, conduct and benefit from this combined research and civic education project. This fall, we’ll be working on coalition-building, branding and design, fundraising, research design, project planning and budgeting, development of unbiased reading materials, recruitment of expert deliberative-democracy moderators, student involvement, and more.
Questions? Want to get in on the ground floor? Contact Allison by email or call CSR at 616 526-8934.