Understanding racial, gender, and socioeconomic inequality: Contributions of Michigan social science
UMich 200 Bicentennial Symposium
The University of Michigan has long been a leader in social science research on the many dimensions of social inequality. The bicentennial symposium will highlight these contributions by focusing on the work of distinguished social scientists who were trained at the Unviersity of Michigan. An illustrious group of Michigan graduates from fields such as economics, education, political science, psychology, public policy, social work, sociology, and women's studies will discuss past, present, and future research on issues related to gender, race, poverty, inequality, and economic mobility.
Sponsored by the School of Public Health; The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; School of Education, School of Social Work, Alumni Association, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the Institute for Social Research.