Fall edition of State & Hill examines global and human security, Bob Axelrod's research on cooperation, the irrepressible First Lady Betty Ford, more

December 19, 2012

In this issue of the Ford School's magazine, State & Hill, readers will learn about global and human security through the eyes of the Ford School: faculty studying the 1994 Rwandan genocide, small arms, terrorist networks, and survivors of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia; students interning for Innovations in Poverty Action; and alums working for USAID. Click through the magazine below to read businessman, philanthropist, and Ford School friend Hank Meijer's discussion of the forthcoming Detroit Meijer store; a story on iconic First Lady Betty Ford and the U-M's fall tribute to her legacy; and how a BA alum who works for the Dept. of Justice is ensuring prisoner's rights.

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