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The Spring 2018 semester begins next week at the University of Minnesota and – just in time! – we are offering an opportunity to hear from three of our faculty members about their work and their courses as part of the Certificate in Election Administration:
Joining us for a one-hour webinar at NOON CENTRAL today (Tuesday, January 9) will be:
- Tammy Patrick – senior advisor to the Elections program at the Democracy Fund and former Commissioner on President Obama’s Presidential Commission on Election Administration. Tammy teaches Data Analysis for Election Administration.
- Dana Chisnell – co-director for the Center for Civic Design, an elections geek and UX research nerd (her words) who has trained thousands of people, including government workers, to test their designs. Dana co-teaches Election Design.
- Whitney Quesenbery – co-director for the Center for Civic Design, works to make every interaction with government an easy, effective experience. She brings her expertise in research methods, accessibility and plain language, and a passion for understanding the story behind the data to her work. Whitney co-teaches Election Design.
I’ll also have a short overview of the CEA program and its requirements for both graduates and undergrads alike … we’ll also leave time for your questions about elections in 2018 and beyond.
You can register for the webinar here … hope to “see” you online!