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Type: Public event
Host: Ford School

14th Annual Gramlich Showcase of Student Work

Date & time

Apr 9, 2021, 4:00-5:00 pm EDT

Location

This is a Virtual Event.

Free and open to Ford School students, faculty, families, friends, and staff. Use this link to join! 

Contact fspp-events@umich.edu with questions.

This will be a fun and interactive event, including prizes for attendees and participants! Invite your family and friends to attend! 

We host the Gramlich Showcase each year to celebrate the achievements of our students and to establish a permanent tribute to our first dean, Ned Gramlich, and his belief in the value of a public policy education. (More information about Dean Gramlich is here.)

This year's event will be held virtually. Each student presenter will have their own breakout room and attendees will get a chance to circulate between rooms and see a number of student presentations. Presentations will be very brief, and we hope attendees will come ready to engage with students in discussions about their work. 

Join the conversation on Twitter: #FordSchoolGramlich 

Project #

Names

Title

Nominated by:

1

Maheem Syed, BA

Pakistan's 2018 Financial Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

2

Tuhin Chakraborty, BA

Analyzing the 2008 Italian Banking Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

3

Sharanya  Pai, MPP
Thamreen Siddiqui, MPA '20
Amanda Swenson, MPP/JD

How 2008 Shaped India's Response to Covid-19

Kathryn Dominguez

4

Karolina Ramos, MPP

Social Media, the Social Safety Net, and Covid-19

Graduate Career Services

5

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6

Julia Scavnicky, BA

South Africa's 2015 Currency Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

7

Andrew Goldman, BA

The Argentine Great Depression

Kathryn Dominguez

8

Julia Johnston, BA

Sustainability Ratings for Fashion Brands

Sharon Maccini

9

Trish Fisher, MPP/MPH

The 'Un-Politics' of Agricultural Methane

Barry Rabe

10

Bryan Ricketts, MPP/MBA

Kylie Wharton, MA '20

Analyzing the US 2009 Chinese Tire Tariff

Alan Deardorff

11

Jialin Zhang, BA

Japan's Lost Decade: 1991-2001 Financial Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

12

Rachel Milner, BA

Germany's 2008 Banking Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

13

Jordan Lippert, BA

2001 Argentine Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

14

Caroline Hannon, BA

Italy's 2008 Banking Crisis and Policy Response

Kathryn Dominguez

15

Julie Rubin, MPP

Internet Access across Michigan's Urban-Rural Spectrum

Sarah Mills

16

Devan O’Toole, BA

Italy's Monetary Independence

Kathryn Dominguez

17

Jack Eichner, BA
Lucia Lopez, BA
Angelica Priest, BA
Connor Cain, BA
Eric Payerle, BA
Damian Chessare, BA

Anti-Money Laundering Policy in the Western Hemisphere

Kathryn Dominguez

18

Meredith Eis, MPP/MPH

Michigan Mental Health and DV Policy

Graduate Career Services

19

Julia Miller, BA

Analyzing the 2008 Greek Financial Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

20

Nupoor Goyal, BA

The 1991 Indian Financial Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

21

Mariana Boully Perez, BA

The 1999 Colombian Banking Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

22

Kristina  Curtis, MPP
Elena Essa, MS
Claire  Dodinval, MSE/SEAS '20

Solar Siting Authority in the U.S.

Sarah  Mills

23

Calder Lewis, BA

How Fact Checks Fail

Sharon Maccini

24

Kerrigan McCabe, BA

Algeria's Financial Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

25

Iqra Nasir, MPP/MS
Eli  Goldfarb, MBA
Amanda Spinner, MBA

Electrical Transmission Policy in the U.S.

Sarah  Mills

26

Maddi Walsh, BA

Analysis of the 2008 Icelandic Recession

Kathryn Dominguez

27

Sam Conchuratt, MPP

Reopening Michigan's K-12 Schools During a Pandemic

Graduate Career Services

28

Sarah  Gruen, MPP
Eli Gold, MPP
Anna Seifert, MPP/MBA

Renewable Energy Policy in Ohio

Sarah Mills

29

Janani Gandhi, BA

Analyzing the Greek Debt Crisis

Kathryn Dominguez

30

Jaclyn Kahn, MPP

U.S. Landfill Methane Mitigation Policy

Barry Rabe

31

Ethan Baker, MPA
Iqra Nasir, MPP/MS
Jordan Scrimger, MSW '20
Sarah Tresedder, MPP
Georgia Wood, BA
Haley Roell, MSW '20
Alexa Patrick-Rodriguez, BA

 

U-M Student Voter Engagement Reflections

Edie Goldenberg