RSVP to the Redesign for Whole Families Lunchtime Series!
January 12, 2018 ● February 23, 2018 ● NEW DATE: April 13, 2018 ● April 20, 2018
Four exciting lunch time sessions to inspire and provoke the brightest minds.
Thank you for your interest in attending our lunch discussion as part of the Redesign for Whole Families series. These lunch sessions gears us up for the Redesign for Whole Families Summit in May 2018.
We have a panel of talented speakers lined up to inspire and provoke conversations that matter in bridging research, policy, and practice in serving families in a holistic manner. These lunch-time conversations will provide an opportunity for university-based researchers, evaluators and program leaders from state and county agencies, and philanthropists to start the discussion about high quality research relevant to innovation and improvement in the health and human services fields.
No fee is required - just register and bring some fellow co-workers to these lunches. Light lunch will be provided.
Our lunch time sessions are located in the Nolte Center, Room 140. For parking and location information, check out:
Our remaining sessions will go from 11.30am to 1.00pm on the following dates:
● April 13, 2018 with Associate Professor Aaron Sojourner from the Carlson School of Management
● April 20, 2018 with Assistant Professor Jeff Waid from the School of Social Work
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● January 12, 2018 with Dr. Angela Fertig from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
● February 23, 2018 with Assistant Professor Brooke Cunningham from the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Session you will attend (only remaining ones listed)
Friday, April 13, 2018; 11.30am to 1.00pm (Assoc. Prof. Aaron Sojourner)
Friday April 20, 2018; 11.30am to 1.00pm (Asst. Prof. Jeff Waid)
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