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EPIC-N Tools & Support for High Road Development in Communities

Featuring: Joel Rogers

April 28, 10:30 am – 11:30 am CT

This webinar is part of the free #2020 EPIC-Network Webinar Series. As part of the transition from an in-person conference to a free, and online, event series, this webinar is open for anyone to attend. After the event ends, its recording will be posted to this page until June 30, 2020.

The “EPIC-N Tools & Support for High Road Development in Communities” webinar was recorded on April 28, 2020 at 10:30 AM CT.

Webinar Description

This session covers some tools and resources that may be of use to programs, faculty, students, and local government/community leaders involved in EPIC programs.

Resources and Recording from the Webinar

The #2020EPICN Free Webinar Series ended June 30, 2020. Free access to the event’s recordings and resources is now available only to EPIC-N Members. Membership is now FREE to assist in the global response and recovery to COVID-19. Sign up today to gain access to the recordings and resources from this event and all of the other benefits associated with EPIC-N Membership*.

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Presenter Bio

Joel Rogers is the Sewell-Bascom Professor of Law, Political Science, Public Affairs, and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also directs COWS, the national high-road strategy center. Rogers has written widely on American politics and democratic theory. Along with many articles, his books include The Hidden Election, On Democracy, Right Turn, Metro Futures, Associations and Democracy, Works Councils, Working Capital, What Workers Want, Cites at Work, and American Society. Joel is an active citizen as well as academic. He has worked with and advised many politicians and social movement leaders, initiated and helped operate several progressive NGOs (including the New Party, Economic Analysis Research Network, Apollo Alliance, Emerald Cities Collaborative, State Innovation Exchange, and the Educational Partnership for Innovation in Communities-Network (EPIC-N)). He is a contributing editor of The Nation and Boston Review, a MacArthur Foundation Fellow, and identified by Newsweek as one of the 100 living Americans most likely to shape U.S. politics and culture in the 21st century.

More about the #2020 EPIC-Network Webinar Series

Usually only paying EPIC-N Members can attend and review recordings of the EPIC-N Webinars. This event is different. Until June 30, anyone can engage in this contact! After June 30, recordings are posted to the EPIC-N Member Commons, a password protected space for member programs to access the full range of resources EPIC-N provides. Details about membership can be found here.

View the list of all of the #2020 EPIC-Network Webinar Series events here.

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