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2024 Ford School Memories

May 5, 2024 0:34:00

Congratulations to the Ford School class of 2024. Enjoy our slideshow of memories from the 2023-2024 Ford School academic year.

Brink: Vandenberg Lecture

Apr 23, 2024 1:24:57

In the 6th annual Arthur Vandenberg Lecture, Ambassador Brink gives brief remarks on the situation in Ukraine as it enters its third year of war with Russia, followed by a conversation with Weiser Diplomacy Center Director Susan D. Page.

Stacey Abrams: American Democracy (Dean's Symposium)

Apr 12, 2024 1:22:52

Voting rights activist Stacey Abrams addresses the challenges to American democracy, her work to guarantee voter access, and other civil rights battles facing the United States in 2024. April, 2024.

Communicating Climate Change (Dean's Symposium)

Apr 12, 2024 1:14:23

Kaitlin Raimi, Mike Shriberg, and Kara Cook discuss the way that climate change policies are influenced by messages from climate activists and the public, and about the messages those policymakers communicate about climate change themselves. 

New Policy in Support of Families and Kids (Dean's Symposium)

Apr 11, 2024 1:15:57

Luke Shaefer will examine the latest research and evidence with Mary Pattillo of Northwestern University, Darrick Hamilton at The New School, and the Ford School's Natasha Pilkauskas, associate professor of public policy. April, 2024.

Ibish and Miller: The Middle East crisis

Apr 3, 2024 1:19:53

The Ford School hosts a substantive policy conversation about the violence in Palestine and Israel, its broader implications, and the ways in which U.S. policy and policymakers are acting and reacting to the crisis. April, 2024.

Tour of Weill Hall

Apr 2, 2024 0:30:31

Join us for a walk around Joan and Sanford Weill Hall, home of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.

Tien: Getting things done in the Interagency

Mar 27, 2024 1:12:42

Former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security John Tien discusses how homeland and national security policy gets done and implemented based on his experience across four Administrations: Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Biden. March, 2024.

Barr: A view from the Fed

Mar 21, 2024 0:56:06

Federal Reserve Bank Vice Chair Michael Barr, former dean of the Ford School, discusses the workings of the Fed, his work on banking reform, and the lessons of leadership he has learned. March, 2024.

Storytelling in Public Policy

Mar 19, 2024 1:26:34

Curious what a Ford School class is like? Wondering just what we mean by an emphasis on writing and writing support?

Chloë Cheyenne: Masterclass in Activism

Mar 5, 2024 1:19:51

Chloë Cheyenne will be in conversation with Christian Davenport, PhD about COMMUNITYx, a digital platform for activism, founded by Cheyenne, that connects like-minded changemakers to take collective action on social justice-oriented causes.

Lori Lightfoot: Challenges of Leading in Crisis

Feb 5, 2024 1:32:07

The Honorable Lori Lightfoot, the 56th mayor of Chicago, reflects on her background and preparation for public service, the challenges she faced as mayor, and lessons about leading in crises. February, 2024.

Celebration for Professor Earl Lewis

Jan 29, 2024 1:08:11

The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts hold a special event in honor of Earl Lewis for receiving the prestigious National Humanities Medal. January, 2024.

Washington Post Panel: The AR-15

Jan 24, 2024 1:42:43

The Washington Post examines both the devastation caused by AR-15 assault rifles as well as its allure for segments of American society, in a 14-part series. January, 2024.

AI in society: A look into the future

Nov 29, 2023 0:04:11

Experts working in artificial intelligence, from technological to public policy roles, discuss this turning point in AI and what it means for the future