The Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings hosted a virtual panel discussion that considers the present and future of ECE in the United States. The panel consisted of experts with backgrounds in ECE policy, practice, and research.
The Ford School has proudly supported the PPIA fellowship since its inception in 1981. To celebrate the program's 40th anniversary, we bring together a panel of distinguished leaders, each of whom attended the University of Michigan Junior Summer
Ford School students are invited to join the Program in Practical Policy Engagement for a discussion with Nicole Wells Stallworth, Oakland University Assistant Vice President for Government & Community Relations.
Ali M. Berri (MPP ‘21), Stacy Dean (MPP '92), Portia Hemphill (PhD '15), and Alberto Rodriguez (MPA/MA '93) highlight the work of Ford School alumni during the pandemic and their leadership across a variety of policy areas. July, 2021.
Practical Community Learning Project (PCLP) and research fellows showcased their Summer 2021 projects and presented their findings to an audience of their peers, Ford School staff, mentors, and community partners.
Between historic bipartisan investments to stabilize and expand access to child care in 2020 and new proposals from Congress and the Biden Administration, the nation is poised to significantly increase access to quality early childhood education.
Ford School students are invited to join the Program in Practical Policy Engagement for a discussion with Justin Hodge, Washtenaw County Commissioner and U-M clinical assistant professor of social work.
“Insider giving” is a potent substitute for insider trading. Professor Seyhun and co-authors S. Burcu Avci, Cindy A. Schipani, and Andrew Verstein show that insider giving is far more widespread than previously believed.
Watch or re-watch the full 2021 Ford School Commencement. Note: Due to a technical issue with the recording sent from Zoom, a few parts of this video had to be reconstructed from several different videos of the event. May 2021.
Jennifer Haverkamp, director of the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan, discusses the climate summit and US President Joe Biden’s plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 50% below 2005 levels by 2030.