Joneigh Khaldun and Celeste Watkins-Hayes they will reflect on the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and will discuss the key lessons learned from Michigan's Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities. June, 2022.
This event dives into the impact on communities of color and present an opportunity to learn about efforts to organize and fight back so that everyone is granted the opportunity to feel at home on American soil. June, 2022.
This event discusses and raises concerns about the U.S. dollar’s primacy at risk and the rise of central bank digital currencies, cryptocurrencies, and other innovations that could quicken the dollar’s decline. June, 2022.
Watch the U-M President’s Awards for Public Engagement ceremony to honor faculty for their commitment and contributions. April, 2022. Luke Shaefer, Ann Lin, and Stephanie Leiser presented at the ceremony.
Mara Ostfeld and Lauren Slagter will share their experiences on what makes a successful story, how to effectively pitch your idea to journalists, work with reporters, and prepare for interviews. April, 2022.
The President's Awards for Public Engagement honor University of Michigan faculty members for their commitment and contributions to significantly impact society through national and state leadership service, and efforts to address the challenges c
With sovereign debt soaring, the issues of "how much debt is too much debt" and "what to do about it'' are likely to move once again from the technocratic realm of "quiet politics" into the electoral realm of "loud politics." This study extends ou
Dorothy Roberts will share her new book Torn Apart and her belief that the only way to stop the destruction caused by family policing is to abolish the child welfare system and liberate Black communities. April, 2022.
Pulitzer Prize winning historian, journalist and commentator Anne Applebaum delivers the keynote lecture of the spring 2022 Democracy in Crisis series, in conversation with Dean Michael S. Barr. April, 2022.