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PUBPOL 475

PUBPOL 475.009: Topics: Running, Serving, and Leading

Wednesday
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Fall 2015
4:00-7:00 pm EDT

This course will give students a practical understanding of what it takes to run for office, serve as an officeholder, and what leadership amongst leaders means. It takes leadership to change, impact, create and implement policy.

In the Media

Anti-COVID politics may not last, says Hanson

Apr 15, 2021 Holland Sentinel
In an article in the Holland Sentinel about whether or not the COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed politics, Jonathan Hanson notes that “things do change much more rapidly in politics sometimes than we expect. Over the course of a year, the...
In the Media

Rabe on Senator Manchin's climate position

Mar 15, 2021 Automotive News
With a 50-50 split Senate, Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), a conservative Democrat, will play a key role in any legislation passed to promote renewable energy because, according to Professor Barry Rabe, West Virginia's economy is heavily dependent on...
In the Media

For Hanson, potential presidential self-pardon raises serious questions

Jan 14, 2021 Folha de S. Paulo
Hanson told Folha de S. Paulo, Brazil's largest newspaper, that any self-pardon would be controversial and probably end up in front of the Supreme Court. The court has a majority of conservative judges – three of whom are appointed by Trump. “From...
In the Media

Capitol Police riot response requires scrutiny, says Hanson

Jan 10, 2021 MLive
Hanson, a former congressional legislative assistant, told MLive, “What I’m surprised about is how easy it was for them to break into the Capitol and sort of rampage around in offices on the Senate floor.” “I was taken aback how ill-prepared the...
News

Hanson gives historical perspective to violence in Washington

Jan 8, 2021
The seeds of the violence that took place in Washington, DC, on January 6, can be traced back to President Trump’s rhetoric in his 2016 campaign, his statements during the re-election campaign over the summer, and even to the Michigan statehouse...
In the Media

Election will affect how climate change is addressed, says Rabe

Nov 5, 2020 E&E News
Even in the late 2000s, much of the conversation about climate policy was "inside baseball," closed-door negotiation among industry, lawmakers and green groups, says Barry Rabe. "There's all kinds of jockeying right now, but it seems like more of a...
News

Michigan Votes - Ford School faculty experts available

Oct 29, 2020
Contact: Daniel Rivkin, rivkind@umich.edu, +1-917-817-6323 Michigan Votes! ANN ARBOR — Experts at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan are available to discuss the election process and results in Michigan...

WDIV ClickOnDetroit profiles student org WeListen

May 30, 2018
Student organization WeListen was featured in a WDIV ClickOnDetroit story titled "Meet the students leading tough dialogue at the University of Michigan," by Meredith Bruckner.In the article, recent Ford School graduate Gabriel Lerner (BA '18)...

Barry Rabe: Taxes on fracking? Politics in the shale era

Nov 5, 2014 0:02:05

University of Michigan environmental policy professor Barry Rabe looks at how states are responding to the first decade of extended development of oil and natural gas from shale deposits where federal involvement is limited.