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Dr. Stephen Klineberg to discuss ‘City in transition’ at Annual Kinder Houston Area Survey Luncheon

Houston – Dr. Stephen Klineberg, Rice University sociology professor and co-director of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research, will officially release the findings from this year’s Kinder Houston Area Survey at a luncheon hosted by the Greater Houston Partnership.

This marks the 31st year that Dr. Klineberg has conducted the survey. In addition to presenting results, he will offer his own unique insights into the results and what they mean for the Houston region. Now into its fourth decade, this year’s survey has expanded beyond Harris County to reach a representative sample of respondents from the entire 10-county metropolitan region offering a more comprehensive look at the Houston metro area.

Who: Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg, Professor of Sociology, Rice University

What: 2012 Kinder Houston Area Survey results

When: Tuesday, April 24, 2012, Noon to 1:30 p.m.

Where: Westin Galleria – 5060 Alabama – Houston, TX 77056

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Complimentary admission is limited to working media. To confirm your attendance, please RSVP to Erik Noriega at enoriega@houston.org or 713-844-3663.
Dr. Klineberg will have a media availability at 2 p.m. in the Westin’s Sage Room.

The Greater Houston Partnership is the primary advocate of Houston’s business community and is dedicated to building regional economic prosperity. It represents 10 counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller. With more than 2,100 Member organizations, GHP represents approximately one-fifth of the region’s work force.

Visit GHP at houston.org.

CONTACT:
Erik Noriega
Manager, Communications
(713) 844-3663 – Office
(832) 657-4613 – Mobile
enoriega@houston.org

Amy Hodges
Senior Media Relations Specialist, Rice University
(713) 348-6777 – Office
(217) 417-2901 – Mobile
amy.hodges@rice.edu

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