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John C. Rensenbrink

Professor of Political Science

Coe College

HQ Phone:  (319) 399-8000

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Coe College

1220 First Ave. NE

Cedar Rapids, Iowa,52402

United States

Company Description

We act as a resource for the community and facilitate stronger connections between Coe and the Greater Cedar Rapids Area. We help community members and organizations access Coe resources such as space, information, interested & engaged volunteers, journals, an... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Political Science

Williams College


Us Green Party Representative

Bridgton Blues


Principal Founder

Global Green Network


Affiliations

Green Horizon

Co-founder


Bowdoin College

Professor Emeritus, Department of Government and Legal Studies


U.S. Agency for International Development

Educational Advisor


US Green Party Intl Committee

Co-Founder


U.S. Senate

Co-Founder


Peace Action Maine

PAM Advisory Board Member


Topsham's Future

Member


American Association of Green Parties

Cofounder


GPU Inc.

Founding Member


Cathance River Education Alliance

Founder


International Committee of the USGP

Founder


Policy and Strategy Committee of the Maine Green Independent Party

Founder


Cobb/LaMarche

Senior Policy Advisor


CREA

Founder


Education

BA

Calvin College


MA

University of Michigan


Ph.D

political science

University of Chicago


Ph.D.

University of Amsterdam


Web References(194 Total References)


Maine Greens News

www.mainegreens.org [cached]

5 Questions with Green Party founder John Rensenbrink
TOPSHAM -- Principal Maine Green Party founder and national Green Party co-founder John Rensenbrink of Topsham was born on his family's dairy farm on Aug. 20, 1928 in Pease, Minnesota, where he worked until he was 18. After college, he worked as a professor of Political Science at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Williams College and then for 35 years at Bowdoin College - except from 1962 to 1965 when he worked as Educational Advisor for the U.S. Agency for International Development to the governments of Kenya and Tanzania. Since 1998, he's been Professor Emeritus, department of Government and Legal Studies at Bowdoin College.


Maine Greens News

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"If after all this, Democrats and Republicans in the House of Representatives can't muster together an impeachment order, then their complacency condones LePage's culture of hate."The Maine Green Independent Party believes in a set of 10 Key Values, which include personal responsibility, grassroots democracy, social justice and equal opportunity, feminism and gender equality, and respect for diversity."These are values that most Mainers live by," said Party Advisor John Rensenbrink, a Topsham citizen who co-founded the party in both Maine and the United States.
TOPSHAM -- Principal Maine Green Party founder and national Green Party co-founder John Rensenbrink of Topsham was born on his family’s dairy farm on Aug. 20, 1928 in Pease, Minnesota, where he worked until he was 18. After college, he worked as a professor of Political Science at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Williams College and then for 35 years at Bowdoin College â€" except from 1962 to 1965 when he worked as Educational Advisor for the U.S. Agency for International Development to the governments of Kenya and Tanzania.


Maine Greens News

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"These are values that most Mainers live by," said Party Advisor John Rensenbrink, a Topsham citizen who co-founded the party in both Maine and the United States.


5 Questions with Green Party founder John Rensenbrink - Maine Green Independent Party

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5 Questions with Green Party founder John Rensenbrink
TOPSHAM -- Principal Maine Green Party founder and national Green Party co-founder John Rensenbrink of Topsham was born on his family's dairy farm on Aug. 20, 1928 in Pease, Minnesota, where he worked until he was 18. After college, he worked as a professor of Political Science at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Williams College and then for 35 years at Bowdoin College - except from 1962 to 1965 when he worked as Educational Advisor for the U.S. Agency for International Development to the governments of Kenya and Tanzania. Since 1998, he's been Professor Emeritus, department of Government and Legal Studies at Bowdoin College.


5 Questions with ... Green Party Founder John Rensenbrink - GPUS

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5 Questions with ... Green Party Founder John Rensenbrink
Principal Maine Green Party founder and national Green Party co-founder John Rensenbrink of Topsham was born on his family's dairy farm on Aug. 20, 1928 in Pease, Minnesota, where he worked until he was 18. After college, he worked as a professor of Political Science at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Williams College and then for 35 years at Bowdoin College - except from 1962 to 1965 when he worked as Educational Advisor for the U.S. Agency for International Development to the governments of Kenya and Tanzania. Since 1998, he's been Professor Emeritus, department of Government and Legal Studies at Bowdoin College. In 1984-85 he was the principal founder of the Maine Green Party, later renamed Maine Green Independent Party, and at that time also helped co-found the U.S. Green Party. Rensenbrink spoke with The Times Record about the history of the Green Party and its future. Times Record: What was the drive for you to earn a Ph. D. in political science and how has that directed your life's work? John Rensenbrink: With a BA from Calvin College in 1946, I had ambitions to go to Law School at the University of Michigan as a way of eventually working for a chance to become President of the United States.


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