The Information Loop provides an opportunity for incoming MPA and MPP students to learn more about the Ford School's Research Centers, Graduate Career Services, Student and Academic Services, U-M Campus Offices, and more!
Ford School students are invited to join the Program in Practical Policy Engagement for a discussion with Nicole Wells Stallworth, Oakland University Assistant Vice President for Government & Community Relations.
Celebrate your #FordSpirit! Join fellow Fordies for a virtual panel highlighting the work of Ford School alumni during the pandemic and their leadership over the last year in addressing the pandemic and its impacts.
Ford School students are invited to join the Program in Practical Policy Engagement for a discussion with Justin Hodge, Washtenaw County Commissioner and U-M clinical assistant professor of social work.
We’ll celebrate the Classes of 2021 with a heartfelt set of virtual events and online tributes, including opportunities for families and friends to come together, meet our faculty and staff, and congratulate their graduates.
Graduating Fordies: Come by for your commencement party in a bag, including yard signs, pompoms, balloons, and more! Appointments required. See details for registration information and health and safety expectations.
Join us for a virtual Open House—part of our 2021 commencement celebrations! This informal gathering is an opportunity for graduates to introduce their families and friends to Ford School faculty, staff, and fellow students.
Each year, The U-M Athletics Department holds a Big House 5k. Due to the virtual nature of this year’s 5k, we thought that this could be an excellent time to come together as a community to get moving together April 16-18!
Join us for the Alumni in Residence conversation with Lesley Miller (MPP/MBA '93) Deputy Representative of UNICEF in Viet Nam, focusing on advancing the rights and well-being of the most disadvantaged children and adolescents.
Eric Beinhart of the U.S. Department of Justice will discuss approaches to police reform in societies affected by conflict and ways to bridge the divide between formal law enforcement and traditional community governance structures in areas where state institutions have lacked capacity and/or legitimacy.
We invite Ford School students to join us for a conversation with Ambassador Joseph Yun on Biden administration's policy options with respect to North Korea. Yun is a senior advisor to the Asia Program at USIP and one of the nation’s leading experts on relations with North Korea.
Graduate students from more than 80 universities around Americas, Middle East, Africa and Europe will address pandemic in virtual NASPAA-Batten student simulation competition developed by the Center for Leadership Simulation and Gaming.