Pages of interest
State Department Diplomat in ResidenceThe University of Michigan is one of a very small group of U.S. colleges selected...
The Ford School Bachelor of Arts in public policy is a liberal arts degree based in the social sciences. In classes...
Dual degreesAbout 30 percent of Ford School master’s students pursue dual-degrees while on campus, including...
"Communities of Interest" and Michigan's new approach to redistricting through an Independent Citizens Commission
Michael Pagano: Fiscal policy space: Changing the discourse from city fiscal condition to city fiscal behavior
Elisabeth Gerber: Metropolitan areas, regionalism, and the politics of intergovernmental cooperation
Heather Gerken: The real problem with Citizens United: Campaign finance, dark money, and shadow parties
Michigan's recession and recovery: opportunities for the research, non-profit, and civic engagement communities panel
Elisabeth Gerber: End-running the legislative process was not a successful strategy for Michigan ballot proponents
Thomas Ivacko: Local leaders report that unions made most of the concessions in contract negotiations in latest survey
Michigan's Controversial Emergency Manager Law: A panel discussion on fundamental issues of governance
Charles E. Phelps: How we and our government created, exacerbated, and extended the health care mess
The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: States react. Courts consider. Coverage expands. What's next?
David Harris: Reflections from the human services side of Health and Human Services: Evidence, challenges, and public perceptions