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Gerald J. Hills

Teaching Professor in Public Policy
To email Rusty, please use the following email address: [email protected] Rusty Hills is a lecturer in public policy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. He has served in senior leadership roles in the…
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Three Ford School faculty promoted to Teaching Professors

Jul 11, 2023
Yazier Henry, Rusty Hills, and Alex Ralph have been promoted and will have the newly-created title of “teaching professors,” beginning in fall term 2023. The University of Michigan created the new designation for long-serving lecturers in its labor...
State & Hill

Faculty News, spring 2023

May 3, 2023
Dominique Adams-Santos, Celeste Watkins-Hayes, and PhD candidate Kayonne Christy contributed a chapter, "Narratives in Context: Locating Racism and Sexism in Black Women's Health Experiences," to The Routledge Companion to...
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Hills condemns lawsuits against energy producers

Jan 5, 2023
Outraged at lawsuits filed by states and municipalities alleging energy companies are responsible for weather-related damages, Rusty Hills, lecturer in public policy, took to the National Law Journal to argue against these frivolous...
In the Media

Hills on Trump's involvement in primary elections

Sep 26, 2022 USA Today
Former President Donald Trump played a key role in deciding primary races across the country. Rusty Hills, lecturer in public policy, says there’s nothing unusual about presidents getting involved in elections, but they usually do so on behalf of...
In the Media

'Time of choosing' for Republicans - Hills

Sep 11, 2022 The Detroit News
In an opinion piece for The Detroit News, Rusty Hills, lecturer at the Ford School, confronts Republicans with an important question: will you choose to follow Reagan or Trump? "Ronald Reagan inspired optimism and launched an era that encouraged...
News

Schwarz and Hills comment on Kellogg HQ move

Jun 26, 2022
Kellogg Company announced plans to split into three separate companies focused on cereal, plant-based foods and snacks, with the snacks company moving headquarters from Battle Creek to Chicago. The other divisions will remain based in...
In the Media

Hills promotes Michigan for early 2024 primary spot

Jun 20, 2022 The Detroit News
State political parties across the United States are vying to host early primary contests in the next presidential election cycle. Former Michigan Republican Party Chair, and Ford School lecturer, Rusty Hills, says Michigan should be a top...
News

Hills opines on future of GOP, Michigan abortion law

May 1, 2022
Rusty Hills, lecturer in public policy, has been putting his years of experience as a Republican politician to analyze recent trends in Michigan politics on both sides of the aisle.  In an opinion piece for CNN, he says the influence of former...
News

Hills draws parallel between Biden and Jeb Bush

Aug 16, 2019
After attending the democratic presidential debates in Detroit at the end of July, Rusty Hills, lecturer at the Ford School, shared some thoughts in The Detroit News about parallels between current frontrunner Joe Biden and 2016 republican primary...
State & Hill

Internships shape recent BA student's career in campaigns

Apr 26, 2012
Up by 6 a.m. scanning newspapers and listening to TV news anchors, Brian Wanglin's mornings haven't changed much from his days as an intern. And he couldn't be happier. "I knew that after college I wanted to work on campaigns," said Wanglin (BA...

Food for Thought: The Vital Role of Students in the Presidential Election

Jan 31, 2024, 11:30 am-1:00 pm EST
Weill Hall, Annenberg Auditorium (1120)
Our Food for Thought series is returning this Wednesday, January 31 from 11:30-12:50 in the Annenberg Auditorium. Our discussion topic will be “The Vital Role of Students in the Presidential Election,” and we will be joined by a panel that includes Abdul El-Sayed, Rusty Hills, Landon Myers, Erica Reilly, and Naomi Garcia. Food for thought attendance is limited to Ford School students, faculty, and staff. Pizza will be provided on a first-come first-serve basis.