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Who we are The Ford School at the University of Michigan is a top-ranked public policy school dedicated to the public good. The school inspires and prepares diverse leaders grounded in service, conducts transformational research, and collaborates...

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The Ford School at the University of Michigan is a community dedicated to the public good. We inspire and prepare diverse leaders grounded in service, conduct transformational research, and collaborate on evidence-based policymaking to take on our...
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Ford staff honored with 2021 staff recognition awards

Jun 16, 2021
Congratulations to Christie Baer, Avery Moje, and Rebecca Cohen for receiving the 2021 Staff Recognition Award. Baer, Moje, and Cohen exemplify high standards of professionalism and have made meaningful contributions to the Ford School.  Baer is...
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The Last Word: Sanders on diversity, equity, and inclusion 

Jun 10, 2021
This spring, the Ford School finishes the implementation of our 5-year strategic plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), launched in 2016 in concert with a University-wide set of coordinated DEI plans. This summer we will develop strategic...
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Record-setting day of giving for the Ford School

Apr 23, 2021
On March 10, the Ford School set a record for the most gifts made to the school in a single day. It was part of U-M’s Giving Blue Day celebration, a day devoted to philanthropy for U-M causes that people love most. Through emails, video, and...
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Ford School recognized again as the #1 program in social policy

Mar 30, 2021
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan is recognized again as one of America’s top graduate programs in public affairs, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. According to the rankings, based...
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Statement from Dean Barr regarding Regent Weiser

Mar 28, 2021
Regent Weiser's statements regarding three of Michigan's top elected leaders and two of Michigan's Congressional representatives do not reflect the values of the University, as President Schlissel has stated.   His statements are also...
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Master’s applications are now open for fall 2021

Sep 30, 2020
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy has opened applications for fall 2021 for our top-ranked graduate programs: Master of Public Policy (MPP) and Master of Public Affairs (MPA). The Ford School community is engaged in public policy at a...
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Celebrating the 2020 graduating classes

Apr 29, 2020
The Ford School is proud to celebrate our classes of 2020 graduates—BAs, MPPs, MPAs, and PhDs—as they move forward to work on collaborative, creative solutions to complex challenges in the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Due to the...

Ford School website redesign and upgrade

Mar 27, 2020
The Ford School is excited to announce that we are underway with a major redesign and technological upgrade of our website. The new website is scheduled to launch just prior to the start of the fall semester, in late August 2020.  The Ford School...
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Applications for interdisciplinary student prize now open

Jan 29, 2020
Submissions are now being accepted for the Ford School’s top award for student work, the Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research and Policy Analysis. The second annual Eckstein Prize will be awarded later this spring to a Ford School...

Summer update from the Ford School Alumni Board

Jun 20, 2019
Greetings Ford School alumni,  Summer has FINALLY arrived in Ann Arbor! It has been a busy time at Weill Hall--the semester came to an end, the Ford School celebrated commencement, and the Alumni Board held its annual Spring meeting. As your...

Ford School faculty promotions approved by Regents

May 17, 2019
On Thursday May 16, 2019, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the promotions of Betsey Stevenson, H. Luke Shaefer, and Sarah A. Burgard. Betsey Stevenson was promoted to professor of public policy and professor of economics, College...
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Towsley courses offer unique learning experience

Mar 28, 2019
The Harry A. and Margaret D. Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence Program, established in 2002, pops the academic bubble in its promotion of student, faculty, and policymaker exchange by bringing individuals with significant national and...

The Ford School honors Congressman John Dingell

Feb 7, 2019
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan is deeply saddened by the passing of Congressman John Dingell, an icon who represented southeast Michigan in the United States Congress for nearly sixty years.Dingell and his...

Lou Fintor new U.S. State Department Diplomat in Residence

Feb 4, 2019
Lou Fintor is the Ford School’s new Diplomat in Residence (DIR), a U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officer offering State Department career, internship, and fellowship information.Joining the Foreign Service in 2002, Fintor served as U.S....

Ford School students receive MLK Spirit Award

Jan 25, 2019
Two Ford School undergraduate students, Alexandra (Drea) Somers (BA ’19) and Ashley Tjhung (BA ’19), were among the winners who received the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Spirit Award. The MLK Spirit Award recognizes students who exemplify the...

New student prize recognizes interdisciplinary policy research

Jan 23, 2019
Starting this semester, students will have a new opportunity to earn recognition for excellent interdisciplinary research and writing. The Eckstein Prize for Interdisciplinary Research and Policy Analysis, will be awarded to a Ford School student or...