Showing 1 - 30 of 63 results
Core faculty

Ann Chih Lin

Associate Professor of Public Policy; Director, Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies
Lin, a political scientist, studies how people experience policy implementation. Her current work examines racial and ethnic difference in the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic; bias reduction against Muslims; national security scapegoating of immigrant groups; conservatism among immigrants; and subnational labor migration policy.
In the Media

Lin comments on Biden administration immigration proposal

May 2, 2021 PolitiFact
In an article on PolitiFact about Sen. Thom Tillis's claim that the Biden administration would grant mass amnesty to illegal immigrants, Lin is quoted as saying that Biden’s proposal might in some ways be stricter than President Ronald Reagan’s 1986...

Dean Michael Barr addresses International Students

Jul 8, 2020
International students are full members of our Ford School community. We support efforts by the University of Michigan and other schools to reverse or substantially change the short-sighted, egregious policy announced yesterday by the U.S....

Welcome Charlotte Cavaille to the Ford School family!

Feb 4, 2019
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy is excited to announce the addition of Charlotte Cavaille to the faculty as an assistant professor this coming fall. Cavaille is currently an assistant professor at the School of Foreign Service at...

Q&A with Ann Lin on immigration reform executive action

Nov 11, 2014
A Q&A between Greta Guest, Michigan News, and Ann Lin, associate professor at the University of Michigan's Ford School of Public Policy. Lin has studied recent federal efforts to reform immigration policies and shares her thoughts on why...

Ford students "exercise" to open 2012 with policy simulation

Jan 23, 2012
The Ford School's MPA and MPP cohorts quickly turned their attention at the start of 2012 from "NYE" to "IPE."The Integrated Policy Exercise is an intensive, three-day simulation in which students work en masse on a number of policymaking...
State & Hill

Crossing borders

Sep 15, 2009
Applied Policy Seminar Evolves With Student Interests In the shadow of the Detroit-Windsor Ambassador Bridge, Mexicantown's authentic restaurants and bakeries delight tourists and locals. Every year, millions of Midwesterners drive through the...
Public Policy and Institutional Discrimination Series

Immigration reform and racial justice

Feb 10, 2022, 12:00-12:50 pm EST
The series, open to U-M students, faculty, and staff, is designed to foster dialogue on important issues of U.S. public policy. Facilitated by faculty discussant Ann Chih Lin, this session focuses on the impact of immigration reform policies as part of a larger struggle to advance racial justice.
Racial Foundations of Public Policy

Racial foundations of immigration policy

Nov 9, 2021, 4:00-5:30 pm EST
Dr. Jennifer Lee, an award winning author and frequent public commentator on the implications of contemporary U.S. immigration, will join Dr. Celeste-Watkins-Hayes in conversation as part of a virtual series on the historical roots and impact of race in shaping public policy.

Alumni in Residence conversation with Nicole Shepardson

Feb 22, 2021, 12:00-12:50 pm EST
Join us for the Alumni in Residence conversation with Nicole Shepardson (MPP '01), policy team leader and senior protection policy officer in the Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration at the U.S. Department of State.