—  Implications of Social Construction in Policy Design and Degenerative Policy Systems - Christina Hughes —  Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center, 6500 Rookin, Houston, TX

Speaker::  Christina Hughes

Main Talk:  Implications of Social Construction in Policy Design and Degenerative Policy Systems
The talk will focus on the current policy areas of voting rights and criminal justice reform.

Musician:    Jimmy Smith

Speaker Bio:
Dr. Hughes has 15 years teaching experience and has taught over 13 different courses within the discipline of Political Science. She has also served as a research associate for the Hobby Center of Public Policy (2000-2006), working on two separate grants with a combined value of $1.8 million.  She also served as the principal investigator on an evaluation of Learning Signature for Cy Fair Community College.

Musician Bio:    
James Kenneth Smith has been playing professionally for about 10 years now. He worked as orchestra guitarist and solo guitarist for Royal Caribbean Cruise lines for the past 4 years but is currently on a forced unpaid sabbatical.

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