Every day the public is bombarded by opinion polls. But questions of their impact on democracy, the political process, and American leadership are of concern. Addressing the validity of opinion polls, St. Norbert College professor Dr. David Wegge will present a lecture and discussion on the topic. The public is invited to attend the Door Community Auditorium sponsored program on Saturday, February 21 at 9 am.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Dr. Wegge received a Masters Degree from Midwestern State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Wegge joined the St. Norbert College faculty in 1979.
The founder of the College’s Survey Center, Dr. Wegge served as its director for 15 years. A private consultant for media agencies, Dr. Wegge’s research reports have been utilized by The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, London Financial Times, New York Times, MacNeil Lehrer NewsHour, Newsweek, USA Today, CBS News, ABC News, and CNN.
The St. Norbert Distinguished Lecture Series is free and open to the public. Contact the box office at 920.868.2728 or visit http://www.dcauditorium.org for additional information. The DCA is located on Hwy. 42, at the north end of Fish Creek.