Mobility Policy Lab—a student organization at the Ford School—invites you to join us for a panel with Sean Burnett (MPP/MURP '20), Shannon Weaver (MPP '20), and Eric Hanss (MPP '20) to share more about their experiences working with urban development and access to transportation in cities.
Join the Domestic Policy Corps—a student organization at the Ford School—for a conversation with Associate Professor Matthew Ronfeldt and doctoral candidate Emanuele Bardelli on the path that potential teachers of color take through college and after graduation to become teachers and explore possible policy levers that could lead to increasing the diversity of the teaching workforce.
Are you interested in international development and USAID? Join the International Policy Student Association to hear from Ms. Alexious Butler, the Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator in the USAID Bureau for Resilience and Food Security.
Policy for the People invites you to a lunch talk with Dr. José Caraballo-Cueto. Caraballo-Cueto will discuss the limitations to trade and commerce as a result of Puerto Rico's colonial relationship with the United States, reviewing legislation affecting Puerto Rico's economic transactions and assessing the impact of trade limitations on the island’s economy.
The session features the inaugural cohort of the ARC research and community impact fellows—U-M faculty members who are engaged in cutting-edge research and scholarship on racial inequality and justice and who use a variety of community-centered approaches to affect change in multiple systems and settings.
This panel discussion will feature climate policy experts as they provide insights on the current and future status of American climate action, steps needed to secure environmental justice, and the issues that need your advocacy.
This event will feature a conversation between noted Russian journalist and scholar Yevgenia Albats and Ambassador Susan Elliott, a recently retired U.S. diplomat, on the role of media and information in the evolving relationship between Russia and the United States.
Students of Color in Public Policy, Women and Gender in Public Policy and Out in Public graduate student organizations present the second annual "A Seat at the Table: Women of Color in Public Service" panel and networking reception.
Policy Patrons offers a rare behind-the-scenes view of decision making inside four influential education philanthropies: the Ford Foundation, the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation.
Washington, DC area alumni are invited to a book conversation with Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Megan E. Tompkins-Stange. She will be discussing her new book, Policy Patrons: Philanthropy, Education Reform, and the Politics of Influence.
This lecture will explore the relationship of public policy to the impact of social trauma in communities of color in the urban context. It will discuss how oppressive social conditions and militarized and masculinized public institutions foster and may be responsible for racialized and gendered injuries in the public sphere.