Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Political Engagement Project Is Hosting A Post-Election Event Tonight (Nov. 23) In College Of Business Room 111

BIG RAPIDS – Now that we have participated in the political process and Election Day has come and gone, what does it all mean for the state and the country?

That is one of a number of questions that will be addressed as part of a Political Engagement Project post-election panel discussion that will be hosted Tuesday, Nov. 23 in Ferris State University’s College of Business Room 111 beginning at 7 p.m. Panelists for this discussion will include Jeremy Mishler, director of Alumni Relations at Ferris and a former candidate for state representative from the 102nd district; Richard Griffin, a political science professor at Ferris; Tony Baker, an associate professor of sociology at Ferris, one of the founding faculty leaders of PEP and an elected official on the Grand Rapids Public Schools Board of Education; Dick Hewer, an associate professor at Ferris and a member of the PEP steering committee; and Dave Clark, editor in chief of the Pioneer newspaper of Big Rapids.

SPECIAL NOTE: Michael Kasiborski, from TV9&10, will join tonight's panel discussion on the election results from earlier this month.

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