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Link to:Wolfers in New York Times: “Why women’s voices are scarce in economics”
Feb 03, 2018
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Mar
27
Students of Color in Public Policy, Women and Gender in Public Policy and Out in Public graduate student organizations present the second annual "A Seat at the Table: Women of Color in Public Service" panel and networking reception.
2018 - 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Mar
08
Providing an interdisciplinary platform to discuss how we can uplift the world’s most vulnerable citizens, young Millennial women, through international research public health initiatives, and social justice activism. This talk also serves as a media release for the first ever survey results on ‘What Syrian Girls Want.'
2017 - 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Oct
11
Women constitute a powerful force in the electorate and inform policymaking at all levels of government. Although women continue to be underrepresented as political officeholders, there is a growing contingent of dedicated women serving their communities and challenging the status quo in local and state government. In this historic election season, with the first woman nominated by a major party as a presidential candidate, our panel will explore what it is to be among the 20% -- from the campaign trail to the daily work of governing.
2016 - 5:30 pm

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PUBPOL 475
Topics: Women & Employment Policy
Fall
2017
U-M Class#: 
31856
Credits: 
3
Instructor: 
Section: 
308
Days: 
W
Time: 
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: 
1210 WEILL