Catalysts for change-themed Fall edition of State & Hill published

December 17, 2013

On critically important policy issues, members of the Ford School community have catalyzed real and lasting change—enriching understanding, building consensus, and mobilizing action. This edition of State & Hill features stories about the extended reach and impact of faculty, alumni and friends of the Ford School.

Click through the page below to read stories about Paul Courant's development of the HaithiTrust—the largest digital library in the world, Dr. Matthew Davis' use of policy to tackle health disparities, and a recent graduate's extensive advocacy for the rights of undocumented students at the University if Michigan.

Alums might recognize stories about Latesha Love (MPP '02), Jason Weller (MPP '99), Eunice Burns (MPA '70), and Madelynne Wager (BA '13). The issues also features a story about President Ford's Congressional legacy, as well as an interview with Jim Hudak (MPP '71) and Jim Hackett (BGS '77) on the Ford School's campaign in the "Victors for Michigan" fundraising initiative.

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