Lessons in using evidence to fight poverty
The Hermann and Amalie Kohn Professorship in Social Policy and Social Justice Lecture
Date & Time
This in-person event is open only to current University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff. Doors open at 3:30 pm, registration and check-in is required. Others will be able to watch this event live-streamed by checking this page at the time of the event.
Associate Dean for Research and Policy Engagement Luke Shaefer delivers the inaugural Hermann and Amalie Kohn Professorship in Social Policy and Social Justice Lecture.
Shaefer will tell the story of case studies in the use of data and evidence to address poverty, making the case that applied research should inform real change. He will discuss both the persistence of disadvantage over many generations in United States, and the moments where dramatic change has occurred for the better.
Read more about the Kohn Collaborative for Social Policy here.
Kohn Collaborative celebratory t-shirt pickup
We've ordered special Kohn Collaborative t-shirts for the entire Ford School community! Students, faculty, and staff—Learn when and where to pick yours up!