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A man of enormous integrity: How the Ford School got its name

Nov 14, 2019
In December 1977, at the annual party of the Institute of Public Policy Studies (IPPS), a young graduate student named James McIntire (MPP ’78) found himself chatting with the Institute’s director, the political scientist Jack L. Walker, Jr. Out...
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The road from transport infrastructure to international trade

Nov 8, 2019
Between mid-April and early August, Kazu Shibuya (MPP ’88) had already made nine trips from Tokyo to Washington D.C. and he was getting ready for his tenth. It is what his role as deputy minister and leading negotiator for the government of Japan...

Ford School of Public Policy celebrating a century of impact

Oct 27, 2014
Originally published in The University RecordA major milestone is in sight for the faculty, students, alumni and staff of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy: the school will celebrate its 100th anniversary this weekend.In 1999, U-M named its...

"Ned was right" conference at the Fed

Jun 10, 2014
Over three decades of service, Founding Dean Ned Gramlich helped shape the Ford School's mission and vision, and served as an exemplar of what it means to be a world-class policy professor. He conducted extensive and widely-respected research,...
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95 years of service

Sep 16, 2009
This year, we celebrate the Ford School’s 95th anniversary. We're proud of the school's contributions to public policy research and education – proud that through our program, the University of Michigan has trained so many generations of committed...

Ford School mourns loss of Ned Gramlich

Sep 5, 2007
Long-time Ford School faculty member Ned Gramlich died September 5, 2007 after a long battle with leukemia.Ned joined the faculty of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan in 1976. He taught macroeconomic policy and benefit-cost...