5th Annual Gramlich Showcase of Student Work
Free and open to the public.
An evaluation of the Affordable Care Act and its effects for the poor. An analysis of carbon taxation using the case study of British Columbia. A study of the risks that divorce poses to women's ability to afford health insurance. An analysis of efforts to contain Somali-based pirates. An appraisal of Grenada's waste management systems.
Each spring, Ford School faculty and staff nominate dozens of outstanding student research and service projects for recognition at the Gramlich Showcase of Student Work. Established in 2008 to honor internationally renowned economist and former Ford School dean, Ned Gramlich, this event features exceptional student work on a broad range of local, national, and international policy challenges.
For students, the showcase is an opportunity to share their academic work and service engagement with the broader community – to teach others about major policy challenges, to respond to thought-provoking questions, and to engage in dialogue about complex problems. For guests, the showcase represents an opportunity to learn about contemporary domestic and international problems, and the policy interventions designed to tackle them.
Join the Ford School community for hors d'oeuvres and refreshments as we celebrate the insightful policy work of our talented students. You're sure to learn something new.
Share your classmates' work, win a Ford School t-shirt
Do you think that any of your classmates' work at the 5th Annual Gramlich Showcase is particularly interesting, creative, insightful, or useful? If so, share what you like and why on our Facebook event http://ow.ly/9xj6K page, on our Foursquare page, http://ow.ly/9xjej, or via Twitter using #fordschoolgramlich.
Each item you highlight enters you into a 6 p.m. drawing for a fabulous Ford School t-shirt.