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Recently, CCEP director Mindy Romero appeared on Capitol Weekly's Politics on Tap hosted by John Meyers. Mindy discussed the recent record low voter turnout in California and its impact on the state's youth vote..
Recently, CCEP director Mindy Romero participated in a special radio event on LA NPR affiliate KPCC's Larry Mantle show. Mindy and her fellow guests discussed the future of the Republican party in California.
CRC Regional Advisory Committee member and director of the Davis-based Culture C.O.-O.P., Sandy Holman, was the recipient of a UC Davis Chancellor's Achievement Award for Diversity and Community. [Read more here...]
In a new brief, CCEP examines youth electoral participation in the November 2014 general election and explores the impact of the youth vote on the current and future electoral landscape of California. 
CRC Director Jonathan London presented an opportunity analysis of the Sacramento region to the Board of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation (SRCF), utilizing the CRC's Regional Opportunity Index as part of SRCF's strategic planning retreat. 
CRC faculty affiliate Dr. Chris Benner and CRC staff member Sergio Cuellar hosted a webinar, in partnership with the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment and the Economy, to announce the state-wide version of the ROI. 
Last week, Sierra Health Foundation released the report Mapping Opportunity in California's San Joaquin Valley. Co-written by GIS Analyst Sara Watterson and myself, this report uses the Regional Opportunity Index to analyze patterns of inequity faced by San Joaquin Valley residents. The report will inform the foundation's work through its Center for Health Program Management.
We are always interested in hearing about your experiences partnering with the center and using CRC tools to spearhead and inform regional change. Send us your stories! Spread the word by posting a feature on the section of our newly designed website.Write us and we'll tell you how.
-Jonathan K. London, Director, Center for Regional Change
Doing/Debating Development is an ongoing seminar series sponsored by the Community Development Graduate Group at UC Davis. During Winter Quarter 2015, the theme is engaged scholarship. Check Region Matters each week for news about upcoming lectures. All seminars are free and open to the public.
Co-sponsored by the UC Davis Center for Regional Change
Date: March 11, 2015
Place: UC Davis Campus, 166 Hunt Hall