Alex Ralph is a teaching professor and writing instructor at the Ford School, where he teaches expository writing and courses on storytelling through public policy. Prior to the Ford School, he taught for over a decade in the Sweetland Center for Writing and the English Department at the University of Michigan. In 2009 he received the English Department's Ben Prize for excellence in the teaching of writing. Alex has also served for 10+ years as an instructor in the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) summer institute. From 2021-23, he edited the Corruption in Fragile States Blog.
- MFA in creative writing, University of Michigan
- BA, Swarthmore College
- How one Cincinnati Public school uses tests to shape learning, boost student result
- Frank Vogl on Corruption's Role in Russia's War Against Ukraine
- The Corruption Trip Cord
- An Editor's Three Provocations for the Anticorruption Field
- Confronting Obstacles to Implement Theory of Change
- “IKRON goes beyond mental health treatment, offering community, classes, and assistance with job help,” Soapbox Cincinnati, August 31, 2021.
- “How the pandemic affected mental health and addiction services,” Soapbox Cincinnati, June 8, 2021.
- “Hamilton County’s Mental Health Court: battling addiction, mental health issues during a pandemic,” Cincinnati Enquirer, June 8, 2020.