Across the Aisle - May 24, 2017
hosted by The Project on Political Reform
The Role of Government
Dinner Registration Form
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Harris Public Policy
Dean's Conference Room
1155 E. 60th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
The Project on Political Reform needs 7 liberals and 7 conservatives to come join the discussion and share their honest and candid views on the proper role of government. We’ll provide dinner!
You don't have to be an expert. You just need to be interested in politics and public policy and regard yourself, in general, as either a liberal or conservative.
To participate, you must register below. We'll give some priority to people who sign-up early but if more than 7 liberals or more than 7 conservatives register, we reserve the right to make the final selections so as to assure some degree of racial and gender diversity. We'll contact you no later than a week prior to the dinner to either: 1) confirm your participation or 2) let you know that we can't fit you in at this dinner but encourage you to register for future ones.
If you register for the dinner but then need to cancel, you must do so no later than four (4) business days from the date of the event so that we have time to secure a replacement.
Please note that the following registration form includes some demographic questions. You are not obligated to answer them, but we ask you to do so because your answers may help us assure diversity. PPR does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, gender identity or expression.
I am currently:
a graduate student at the University of Chicago
an undergraduate student at the University of Chicago
My general political orientation is:
Name up to three things that government should prioritize.
Name up to three things that
think should be a priority for government but
Of what country are you a citizen?
What race do you identify with?
Hispanic or Latino or Spanish Origin
American Indian or Alaskan Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
Prefer not to say
Other / Two or more races
What gender do you identify with?
Non-binary / third gender
Prefer not to say
None of these options describe me / I describe myself in another way
Do Not Fill This Out