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October 5, 2011

Greetings from the Dean

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Dean Susan M. Collins on upcoming lectures by Robert Zoellick and Eric Cantor, selection of the Staebler Alumni Service Award recipient, new international service monograph, and more. [More]

Faculty news

Sheldon Danziger

Danziger�s analysis of annual poverty figures cited widely

Danziger quoted in New York Times, Chicago Tribune, NPR, and others. [More]

Collins reappointed as Joan and Sanford Weill Dean of the Ford School

U-M Regents approve a second term for Dean Susan Collins. [More]

Ann Chih Lin on post-9/11 prospects for immigration reform… [More]

Around the school

Peace Corps

New monograph charts the future of international service

Ford School, U-M publication marks Peace Corps� 50th anniversary. [More]

World Bank President to visit Ford School 10/19

Robert Zoellick�s 2011 Citigroup Lecture will be live web streamed. [More]

Majority Leader Eric Cantor to deliver Ford School lecture... [More]

Alumni News

Steve Tobocman

Steve Tobocman (MPP/JD '97) honored

Tobocman receives Staebler Alumni Service Award. [More]

Alumni Board self-nominations now open

Pete Fritz (MPP/MPA �10) encourages alums to get involved, give back. [More]

Seeking Applied Policy Seminar projects... [More]

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy

Keeping in touch: alumni news

PhD 10th to be celebrated at DC alumni reception, 11/3/11. [More]

50th Reunion Weekend � Class of 1961: Details. [More]

Send your Class Notes for State & Hill. [More]

Stay connected: join other alumni on Facebook, LinkedIn, and InCircle. [More]


Multimedia icon Sultan Al Qassemi, 2011 Rosenthal Lecture. [Watch]

Multimedia icon Richard Murnane on U.S. high school graduation rates. [Watch]

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