Who Will Be the Last Man (or Woman) Standing?: Examining the 2016 Primaries Through the Lens of 2012
The Kent State University Honors College will host its next Research Uncorked event on Wednesday, February 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the Secret Cellar in downtown Kent.
Thus far, the campaigns to earn the major party nominations for the 2016 Presidential election have defied expectations and confounded prognosticators and pundits. During her upcoming presentation, “Who Will be the Last Man (or Woman) Standing?: Examining the 2016 Presidential Primaries through the Lens of 2012,” Dr. Danielle Sarver Coombs will examine what we learned from 2012 and how it can help us make sense of 2016—and, perhaps more importantly, where 2016 breaks from tradition to create a unique (and potentially uncertain) path.
Dr. Danielle Sarver Coombs is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication within the College of Communication & Information at Kent State University.
Prior to joining Kent State, Danielle headed her own research and consumer insights company. She developed her research skills at Insight Research Group (now Insight Strategy Group) in New York City, where Danielle worked on a range of categories including consumer packaged goods, media, and fashion. She also was Director of Election Research for Edison Media Research, the company hired to rebuild exit polling for the 2004 election.
She earned her Ph.D. in mass communication and public affairs from Louisiana State University in 2007.
This event will be held at The Secret Cellar, located at 176 E. Main St. in downtown Kent. Research Uncorked is open to the public. Appetizers and beverages are available but not provided. Tickets are not required.
About Research Uncorked
Research Uncorked, an ongoing event sponsored by the Honors College, is designed to bring together a broad range of Kent State researchers and the Kent and surrounding communities for focused public conversations.
For further information about Research Uncorked, contact Victoria Bocchicchio, Director, Academic Programs, at (330) 672-2312 or firstname.lastname@example.org.