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A major celebration of the Ford School's centennial held during University of Michigan Homecoming Weekend. Activities include featured panels, keynote speaker, reception, tailgate, football game and opportunities to network with alumni, faculty, staff, students, and guests. Enjoy an alumni brunch and lecture with Steven D. Levitt, the bestselling author of Freakonomics (2005), Superfreakonomics (2009), and Think Like a Freak (2014); attend a family-friendly open-house complete with trick-or-treating, student led building tours, opportunities to chat with faculty, a showcase of student work, and more; engage in a wide-ranging conversation with Ford School deans and directors about the first, and the next, one hundred years of policy education at Michigan; join us for a reception in Weill Hall; then come to a happy hour, hosted by student organizations, at nearby Dominick's.
For more details and to share a memory, visit the Centennial Reunion site.