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Dear CORD members,
As the 2015-2016 academic year unfolds CORD becomes more expansive in its activities. Our Center provides an anchor to research and scholarly activity at Arizona State University and, at the same time, provides a vital link among policy and administration scholars around the world.
Some of the highlights of the year thus far include:
While the year has obviously been eventful, there is much to look forward to in the coming months. For example, Russell Hassan will be visiting and delivering the lecture associated with the CORD award. At the of the current term our CORD Board of Advisors Chair, Leisha Dehart-Davis will visit, making a research presentation and also conferring with CORD leadership about various planning issues.
One exciting development is a collaborative initiative with CORD Fellows in Mexico at the University of Guanajuato and CIDE (Mexico City). In late April, CORD will host Professors and CORD Fellows Fernando Patron and Katya Rodriguez (UG) and CORD Board of Advisors member David Arellano-Gault (CIDE).
One of the highlights of the 2016 will be CORD’s hosting the International Meeting of the Technology Transfer Society November 3-5 in Phoenix, Arizona. CORD Affiliate Chris Hayter is the chief organizer of the meeting. Needless to say we are hoping to receive many proposals for papers and panels from CORD researchers.
In short, we progress. Please stay in touch and make sure that we know about developments and events in your career and professional life.
Please continue to thrive, as we do.