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Spotlights - Fall 2020

Dec 9, 2020
A year unlike any other This year hasn’t looked and cannot look like a typical year at the Ford School. Beyond moving classes, events, and office hours to a mix of online and socially-distanced in person formats, we’ve retooled our recruitment...
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A new professorship: giving voice to the voiceless

Apr 1, 2019
“They lost their voices, they lost control of their lives, they lost their home,” Hal Kohn says of his grandparents. “They fled from Germany to Amsterdam, but Hitler invaded the Netherlands and they were deported to Sobibór and murdered upon...
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Victors for Michigan Campaign Success

Mar 27, 2019
As the University of Michigan’s Victors for Michigan campaign comes to a close, we’re reflecting with gratitude, excitement, and optimism. Thanks to the generosity and vision of our alumni and friends, we’re poised to grow our impact in the...
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25 years on, celebrating the impact of the Ford School Committee

Dec 27, 2016
First gathering The Ford School Committee began to meet regularly in 1991. Known then as the Committee for IPPS (the Institute for Public Policy Studies, or IPPS, was the predecessor to the Ford School), the goal was to promote, and increase...
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Our next century

Dec 16, 2013
As the University launches a major fundraising initiative, "Victors for Michigan," State & Hill speaks with the co-chairs of the Ford School's campaign, Jim Hudak (MPP '71) and Jim Hackett (BGS '77). S&H: Why did you commit to co-chair this...
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Nearly $14,000 raised during 2011 Class Giving Campaign

Apr 27, 2011
The 2011 Class Giving Campaign—"One Ford. One Community. One Pledge." —has ended with tremendous results, raising a total of $13,903 for the Graduate and Undergraduate Annual Funds. Nearly 76 percent of graduating MPP/MPA students participated in...

Designing Better Microfinance

Mar 16, 2006, 4:00-5:30 pm EST
Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University
A symposium designed to explore the latest thinking from microfinance practitioners and academics on improving microfinance programs. Jonathan Morduch, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University presented the keynote address. The conference focused on designing microfinance to address education and health goals and addressing behavioral issues in microfinance. This symposium was funded through the generosity of the Hudak family. James B.
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