Policy Event and Networking Reception in DC
Each winter, the Ford School travels with its MPP and MPA students to Washington, DC, so students can attend a series of alumni and employer panels to learn more about policy-relevant careers in our nation's capital. As part of the trip, a student-alumni networking reception is held in the evening for alumni in the DC area to hear from a Ford School faculty member or other invited guest, and to network with current students and each other.
The 2020, Professor John Ciorciari, director of WDC and IPC, delivered The Path Forward in Afghanistan.
To be involved in the DC trip as a panelist or table host, contact Elisabeth Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming back to Ann Arbor for homecoming? Join your fellow Fordies for the big game at the big house!
This year, due to COVID-19 and football ticket restrictions, the Ford School will not be able to offer a block of tickets for purchase for Homecoming 2020.
Ford School reunion
Every five years, the Ford School hosts an all-school Reunion for alumni to gather at Weill Hall to reconnect with each other and re-engage with the life of the School. The most recent Reunion was held on October 4-5, 2019. Activities included a State of the School with Dean Michael Barr, sessions with faculty, staff, and students on a range of topics such as the Ford School in Detroit and Leadership Across Your Career, and a master class with former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
The Centennial Reunion
The Ford School celebrated its Centennial Reunion, one hundred years in the making, October 31-November 1, 2014 with a commemorative Policy Talks lecture with Steven Levitt, Open House, Deans' Panel, and tailgate and football game at the Big House. Alumni, faculty, staff, and Ford School friends enjoyed two memorable days, which served as the culmination of the Ford School's centennial year celebration. Click here for a recap of the weekend's festivities.