Ford School faculty member Gretchen Whitmer opens her class to the community & welcomes special guests Judge Steven W. Rhodes, Judge Gerald E. Rosen, Judge Mike Gadola, Sen. Randy Richardville, Chad Livengood, & Rep. Tommy Stallworth. October, 2015.
The authors Kathy Edin and Luke Shaefer, of the book "$2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America," discuss the major themes of their revelatory research on income inequality and extreme poverty in the United States. October, 2015.
Paul Irwin and Matt Nosanchuk lay out the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action negotiated between six major world powers and Iran. September, 2015.
Janet Napolitano talks public service, politics and important moments in her life for the 2015 Citi Foundation lecture.
President Obama awards Robert Axelrod the National Medal of Science; presentation starts around 21 minutes in.
About the Ford School Video Library
Each year, the Ford School hosts dozens of speakers who provide insight on a wide variety of compelling and timely policy topics. The school began to record these public talks more than a decade ago, and has curated a rich library of more than 200 videos with dozens of new ones added each year. In addition, you'll find a number of videos about President Ford and his legacy here--and about the students, faculty, alumni, and staff who make the school a dynamic, creative, and engaged community.
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