[gov3009-l] April 27: ANSOLABEHERE

Dan Hopkins dhopkins at fas.harvard.edu
Mon Apr 25 08:23:37 EDT 2005

Research Workshop in Applied Statistics

This Wednesday, April 27th, please join the Applied Statistics Workshop at
12 noon for Stephen Ansolabehere's presentation, "Competition in U.S.
Primary Elections."  There is no corresponding paper.

Lunch will be served at noon, and the presentation will begin at 12:15 PM
in Room 22 of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, 34 Kirkland
Street.  We hope you can attend.  Also, see below for a note on another
upcoming event that may be of interest to many of you.


Dan Hopkins
Workshop Coordinator


Harvard "Health Disparities & The Body Politic" --  Symposium #3

"Making Disparities Count: From Government Statistics Systems to Action"

Date:   Thursday, May 5,
Time:   2:00 - 5:00 pm EST
Place:  Harvard Medical School Conference Center,
        77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston (near terminal of M2 shuttle)

The event is free and open to the public and the Harvard community.

Moderated by Nancy Krieger, PhD, HSPH Associate Professor.

Speakers include:

--John Fox, PhD, Director of Customer and Stakeholder Engagement, NHS
Health & Social Care Information Centre, United Kingdom;

--Eduardo Mota, MD, MPH, Chief of Health Statistics, Instituto de Saude
Coltiva, Brazil;

--Francois Heran, PhD, Director, Institute national d'etudes
demographiques, France;

--Vickie Mays, PhD, Professor of Psychology, University of California-Los
Angeles, and past chair, Subcommittee on Populations, US National
Committee on Vital and Health Statistics.

Discussant: Godfrey Woelk, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of
Community Medicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe.

Sponsored by the HSPH Working Group on Health Disparities.

RSVP attendance at the symposium at:


Info: 617-432-3056, or email: hlthdisp at hsph.harvard.edu.

The symposium will be web cast live, accessible (at no cost) at the same
URL above, and will be archived for future viewing (also at no cost).

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