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June 7, 2019
Keeping in Touch: Alumni News
Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day. A city near you. – July 11, 2019.
APSIA 2019 Networking Reception, Washington, D.C. – June 11, 2019.
Save the date:
Central Bank of the Future conference, Ann Arbor, MI – October 3, 2019.
Save the date:
Ford School and U-M Homecoming: U-M vs. Iowa, Ann Arbor, MI – October 4-5, 2019.
Join other alumni on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Watch each terrific speech.
Gene Sperling on economic dignity:
In conversation with Michael S. Barr – April 15.
Rucker Johnson (MA ’97 Econ, PhD '02 Econ) on why school integration works
– April 17.
Picture this! Check out our Flickr for images from commencement, the Gramlich Showcase, winter events, and more.
See your gifts in action. Read about the Victors for Michigan campaign success.
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Greetings from the Dean
Dean Michael Barr on his extended trip to Asia, Homecoming plans, and more.
Annual Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day
Coming July 11 to a festive spot near you.
Nominations open: Staebler Award
The Neil Staebler Distinguished Service Award recognizes a Ford School alumnus or alumna for outstanding professional achievement. Nominations are due July 1, 2019.
Read Class Notes from winter 2019 ...
Ryan Etzcorn (MPP '16) reflects on Fulbright experience ...
Joshua Rivera (MPP '17) testifies before U.S. House Financial Services Subcommittee ...
Faculty promotions approved by regents
Betsey Stevenson, H. Luke Shaefer, and Sarah A. Burgard earn promotions.
Dynarski testifies before U.S. House Subcommittee
Susan Dynarski was asked to share expertise on the causes and costs of higher education non-completion.
Gerber recognized for teaching innovation ...
Jacob honored as Rackham Distinguished Mentor ...
Charlotte Cavaille joins Ford School faculty ...
Ford School ranked #1 in policy analysis, social policy
U.S. News & World Report
recognizes Ford School's strength in policy analysis and social policy, among other areas.
Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project makes big impact on small businesses
Program connects Detroit business owners with student and faculty expertise: video and story.
Reps. Dingell and Upton have a conversation across difference ...
Ned Gramlich’s oral history of the Federal Reserve board released ...
Gov. Whitmer credits time at Ford School with running for office ...
Inaugural Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research goes to PhD student Paul Atwell
Political scientist Atwell’s winning paper,
The Reach of Radio: Ending Civil Conflict through Rebel Demobilization
was written with economist colleagues.
Gillooly and Lee receive prestigious Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
Ford School joint-PhD students Jessica Gillooly, with sociology and Jieun Lee, with political science, were named Rackham Predoctoral Fellows.
Sociology and Public Policy joint PhD student Jasmine Simington wins two prestigious fellowships ...
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