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The Role of the Private Sector in K-12 Public Education

Panelists Michael Flanagan, Frederick Hess, JD Hoye, Sanford I. Weill, Deborah Loewenberg Ball and moderator Brian Jacob discuss the role that the private sector can play in public education. March, 2008.

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Thumbnail for: Margo Picken: Are the Khmer Rouge Trials serving to end or compound Cambodia's culture of impunity?

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Margo Picken: Are the Khm...
Margo Picke, John Ciorciari and moderator Susan Waltz discuss the positive and negative effects of the UN-backed Khmer Rouge trials that began several...

Thumbnail for: Ann Arbor 2014 Mayoral Candidates Town Hall

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Ann Arbor 2014 Mayoral Ca...
The students of Ford School's Public Policy 456/756 class along with their instructor and current Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje host a mayoral candidat...

Thumbnail for: Melissa Clark: Supplying disadvantaged schools with effective teachers

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Melissa Clark: Supplying ...
Melissa Clark presents findings from the first large-scale experimental study of secondary math teachers from TFA. April, 2013.

Thumbnail for: Joy Rohde: Armed with Expertise: The Militarization of American Social Research during the Cold War

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Joy Rohde: Armed with Exp...
Joy Rohde remarks on major points of her new book "Armed with Expertise: The Militarization of American Social Research during the Cold War" and answe...

Thumbnail for: Elisabeth Gerber: Metropolitan areas, regionalism, and the politics of intergovernmental cooperation

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Elisabeth Gerber: Metropo...
Elizabeth Gerber presents the 2014 Jack L. Walker, Jr. Lecture discussing intergovernmental cooperation and regionalism. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Rebecca Blank: Inequality in Amercia

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Rebecca Blank: Inequality...
Rebecca Blank investigates the problem of rising economic inequality in the United States and the various options for addressing it. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Richard Boucher: Networked Diplomacy: Exercising Influence in a Modern World

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Richard Boucher: Networke...
Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence, Richard Boucher, discusses diplomacy and influence in a modern world. March, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Spring Preview Alumni Panel

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Spring Preview Alumni Panel
Ford School Graduate Alumni offer insight and advice about their careers after graduating from the Ford School. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Spring Preview Student Panel

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Spring Preview Student Pa...
Current master's students speak of their experiences and answer audience questions about the Ford School. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Christina Romer: The aftermath of financial crises: It doesn't have to be that bad

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Christina Romer: The afte...
Christina Romer examines financial crises of the past and explains implications for what Europe and other areas should do today, and for what policies...

Thumbnail for: Paul Rusesabagina: 20 years after the Rwandan Genocide

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Paul Rusesabagina: 20 yea...
This Keynote lecture is part of the IPC commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide. April, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Carrie Hessler-Radelet: Peace Corps in the 21st Century

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Carrie Hessler-Radelet: P...
Carrie Hessler-Radelet describes Peace Corps in the 21st Century and the impact it makes on a daily basis. March, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Kevyn Orr: The future of Detroit urban governance

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Kevyn Orr: The future of ...
Kevyn Orr talks about his experiences as Emergency Manager for the City of Detroit. March, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Lessons from Youngstown - Planning for a Smaller, Greener City panel

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Lessons from Youngstown -...
Ian Beniston, Hunter Morrison, John Russo and moderators June Manning Thomas and Margaret Dewar talk about Youngstown's innovative "2010 Plan" and pos...

Thumbnail for: Admitted Student Welcome from Dean Collins

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Admitted Student Welcome ...
We look forward to you joining our dynamic community at the Ford School this fall.

Thumbnail for: Jonathan Cohn and Avik Roy: How To Reform the U.S. Health System

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Jonathan Cohn and Avik Ro...
Avik Roy, opinion editor at Forbes, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, debate Jonathan Cohn, senior editor at the New Republic and author of Si...

Thumbnail for: Dean Yang: Motivating migrants leads to better savings

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Dean Yang: Motivating mig...
Dean Yang is an associate professor of public policy at the Ford School and in the department of economics.

Thumbnail for: John Negroponte: A conversation on leadership and foreign policy

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John Negroponte: A conver...
John Negroponte discusses what makes a good leader and the lessons learned from successes and failures in national security and foreign policy. Februa...

Thumbnail for: George Fulton: Transformation of America's metropolitan area economies: Lessons from four decades

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George Fulton: Transforma...
George Fulton describes the factors that contribute to the well-being of U.S. metropolitan area economies, and why have some areas been more successfu...

Thumbnail for: Ford Legacy: Frank Zarb

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Ford Legacy: Frank Zarb
Frank Zarb visits the Ford School to talk about energy policy and President Ford's legacy and imprint on the Ford School.

Thumbnail for: Heather Gerken: The Real Problem with Citizens United: Campaign Finance, Dark Money, and Shadow Parties

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Heather Gerken: The Real ...
Professor Gerken will argue that the "dark money" trend is a symptom of a deeper shift taking place in American politics as we move from the political...

Thumbnail for: Ann Lin: Let states tailor immigration policies to boost economic growth

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Ann Lin: Let states tailo...
Ann Chih Lin is an associate professor of public policy at the Ford School. Her research focuses on immigration policies, such as guest worker program...

Thumbnail for: Helen Levy: Committee on Ways and Means testimony

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Helen Levy: Committee on ...
Helen Levy testimony in front of the House Ways and Means Committee. January, 2014.

Thumbnail for: Ford Legacy: Paul O'Neill

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Ford Legacy: Paul O'Neill
The Honorable Paul O'Neill recalls his memories of Gerald Ford's presidency and talks of Ford's influence at the Ford School.

Thumbnail for: Susan Dynarski: Restructuring student loans

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Susan Dynarski: Restructu...
Susan Dynarski is a professor of public policy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and professor of education, School of Education.

Thumbnail for: How do psychology, sociology & economics experts address education disparities?

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How do psychology, sociol...
Kerwin Charles, Stephanie Rowley, and Angel Harris give their perspectives on the causes, consequences and potential solutions to the problem of educa...

Thumbnail for: Legacies of the War on Poverty, Lessons for the Future: Panel

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Legacies of the War on Po...
National Poverty Center at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, the Russell Sage Foundation, and Spotlight on Poverty ...

Thumbnail for: Legacies of the War on Poverty, Lessons for the Future: Keynote addresses

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Legacies of the War on Po...
National Poverty Center at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, the Russell Sage Foundation, and Spotlight on Poverty ...

Thumbnail for: What does it mean to work in a system that fails you and your kids?: A beginning teacher's journey through the Chicago Public Schools

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What does it mean to work...
This ethnodramatic performance tells the story of a beginning teacher's first year in the Chicago Public Schools and her efforts to make a difference ...

Thumbnail for: Robert Axelrod: Estimating the best time to launch a cyber attack

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Robert Axelrod: Estimatin...
Robert Axelrod is the Walgreen Professor for the Study of Human Understanding; professor of political science, College of Literature, Science and the ...

Thumbnail for: Kathryn Dominguez: Recovery from the Great Recession hampered by high levels of unemployment for young workers

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Kathryn Dominguez: Recove...
Kathryn Dominguez is a Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and a Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science...

Thumbnail for: Gerald R. Ford: Integrity at the Helm

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Gerald R. Ford: Integrity...
President Gerald R. Ford was the 38th president of the United States. His family gave their perspective on his legacy and the next aircraft carrier fo...

Thumbnail for: Time-lapse: Keel Laying to Christening of Gerald R. Ford

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Time-lapse: Keel Laying t...
Watch four years of construction in four minutes, from the Keel Laying Ceremony of Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) to the bottle break of the Christening on N...

Thumbnail for: Alberto Trejos: Cuba in the new millennium

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Alberto Trejos: Cuba in t...
Alberto Trejos examines ongoing changes within Cuba's government and society and their implications for the future Cuban economy. December, 2013.

Thumbnail for: Marina v.N. Whitman: What would a political party that appealed to moderates look like?

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Marina v.N. Whitman: What...
Marina v.N. Whitman is a professor at the Ford School and the Ross School of Business whose expertise is in international trade and investment. She ha...

Thumbnail for: Using information disclosure to achieve policy goals: How experience with the Toxics Release Inventory can inform action on shale gas fracking

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Using information disclos...
Michael E. Kraft, Christopher P. Borick, and moderator Barry Rabe summarize the findings of Coming Clean, and apply the lessons of the TRI program to ...

Thumbnail for: Joshua DuBois: Faith, the White House, and the Public Square

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Joshua DuBois: Faith, the...
Joshua DuBois, Spiritual Advisor to President Obama & former Executive Director of the White House Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships discusses r...

Thumbnail for: Melvyn Levitsky: Federal decision to ignore states' marijuana legalization is troubling

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Melvyn Levitsky: Federal ...
Melvyn Levitsky is a professor of international policy. He served as Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics Matters in 1989-93 and h...

Thumbnail for: Cecilia Muñoz: The need for commonsense immigration reform

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Cecilia Muñoz: The n...
Cecilia Muñoz discusses the current state of immigration reform as well as proposed reforms in Congress. October, 2013.

Thumbnail for: John Ciorciari: Archiving mass atrocities gives victims a chance to uncover the truth

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John Ciorciari: Archiving...
John D. Ciorciari is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy. His interests include international law, politics, and international finance.

Thumbnail for: Roberto Rodriguez: Conference on Student Loans-Opening Plenary Session

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Roberto Rodriguez: Confer...
Roberto Rodriguez serves on the White House Domestic Policy Council as Special Assistant to the President for Education. In his talk, he discusses stu...

Thumbnail for: Ford Policy Union: International drug treaties

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Ford Policy Union: Intern...
A debate on international drug policy with leading experts Jeffrey Miron, senior lecturer and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of E...

Thumbnail for: Susan Waltz: New website offers guide to human rights history

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Susan Waltz: New website ...
Susan Waltz is a Ford School faculty member and practitioner in the field of human rights policy.

Thumbnail for: Kenneth E. Warner: Seeking an End to America's Turbulent Love Affair with the Cigarette

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Kenneth E. Warner: Seekin...
Kenneth Warner reviews state and local policies, evidence-based policies and endgame policies that have/could contributed to the successes of tobacco ...

Thumbnail for: Helen Levy: Employer concerns and the Affordable Care Act

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Helen Levy: Employer conc...
Helen Levy is an adjunct associate professor of public policy at the University of Michigan's Ford School.

Thumbnail for: Tom Ivacko: More local leaders say finances are on the upswing, but challenges remain

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Tom Ivacko: More local le...
Thomas Ivacko is an administrator and program manager at the Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy at the Ford School. He also oversees the Michig...

Thumbnail for: Ford Legacy: Brent Scowcroft

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Ford Legacy: Brent Scowcr...
Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft KBE recalls several notable moments from Gerald Ford's presidency and talks about the importance of public policy education.

Thumbnail for: John Mearsheimer and Juan Cole: U.S. foreign policy towards Israel and the Middle East

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John Mearsheimer and Juan...
John Mearsheimer and Juan Cole debate the U.S. foreign policy towards Israel and the Middle East U.S. foreign policy towards Israel and the Middle Eas...

Thumbnail for: Olympia Snowe: What's gone wrong in Washington, and why it doesn't have to be this way

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Olympia Snowe: What's gon...
Olympia Snowe talks about what has gone wrong in Washington, and why it doesn't have to be that way. September, 2013.

Thumbnail for: Alan Bersin: Managing global borders: In defense of big data

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Alan Bersin: Managing glo...
Alan Bersin, Assistant Secretary of International Affairs and Chief Diplomatic Officer for the Department of Homeland Security, discusses border manag...

Thumbnail for: Susan Collins: Why is Federal Reserve meeting at Jackson Hole important?

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Susan Collins: Why is Fed...
University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy Dean Susan Collins discusses why the Federal Reserve's upcoming meeting at Jackson Hole, Wyo., is ...

Thumbnail for: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy site dedication

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Gerald R. Ford School of ...
Gerald Ford and Paul O'Neill highlight the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy site dedication. September, 2003.

Thumbnail for: Henry Kissinger and Paul O'Neill: Policy Reflections

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Henry Kissinger and Paul ...
Henry Kissinger and Paul O’Neill reflect on their experiences in President Ford’s administration and current policy issues at Gerald Ford ...

Thumbnail for: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Naming Ceremony

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Gerald R. Ford School of ...
Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Naming Ceremony includes remarks from Gerald R. Ford, Lee C. Bollinger, Henry Kissinger, John Engler, Rebecca B...

Thumbnail for: Ford School Naming Panel Discussion

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Ford School Naming Panel ...
Ford School Naming Ceremony: Panel Discussion. Includes comments from Gerald R. Ford, Lee Bollinger, Brent Scowcroft, James Lynn, Carla Hill, and Jame...

Thumbnail for: Elisabeth Gerber: Detroit could be big winner in regional cooperation on public transit

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Elisabeth Gerber: Detroit...
Elisabeth Gerber is a public policy professor at the University of Michigan's Ford School and vice chair of the Regional Transit Authority. She says ...

Thumbnail for: Barry Rabe: Michigan and Pennsylvania residents see benefits and risks in latest fracking survey

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Barry Rabe: Michigan and ...
Barry Rabe is an environmental policy professor at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy and director of the Center for Loca...

Thumbnail for: 2013 Commencement Ceremony

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2013 Commencement Ceremony
The 2013 Charge to the Class was be delivered by Paul O'Neill. Also includes Susan Collins, Carl Simon, Amazin' Blue, Eli Day (BA'13) & Cynthia Rathin...

Thumbnail for: Rebecca Maynard: Using evidence to guide education policy and practice

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Rebecca Maynard: Using ev...
Rebecca Maynard talks about why it is important to step up our use of evidence if we are to improve education outcomes, strategies for engaging stakeh...

Thumbnail for: Eric Bettinger: Information and college attendance: Evidence from a randomized trial

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Eric Bettinger: Informati...
Eric Bettinger talks about the findings from a large-scale randomized experiment to see the results of students' access to information about college a...

Thumbnail for: Barbara Schneider: Next Steps

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Barbara Schneider: Next S...
Barbara Schneider discusses what action should be taken given MCER's current research.

Thumbnail for: Kenneth Frank: Effects of the MMC on Teacher Composition in Michigan

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Kenneth Frank: Effects of...
Kenneth Frank discusses the Michigan Merit Curriculum's effect on teacher composion and teacher quality

Thumbnail for: Donald Heller, Thomas Howell, Jack Buckley: Panel Questions

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Donald Heller, Thomas How...
Donald Heller, Thomas Howell and Jack Buckley answer panel questions regarding MCER's research and data.

Thumbnail for: Donald Heller: Local Perspective

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Donald Heller: Local Pers...
Donald Heller discusses his perspective on MCER's research and expresses questions and concerns.

Thumbnail for: Brian Jacob: Early Impacts of the MMC

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Brian Jacob: Early Impact...
Brian Jacob discusses the early impacts of the Michigan Merit Curriculum and how it has affected high school graduation.

Thumbnail for: Barbara Schneider: Introduction to College Going in Michigan: A First Look at Impacts of the Michigan Merit Curriculum

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Barbara Schneider: Introd...
Barbara Schneider introduces the Michigan Consortium for Educational Research Presenters' conference, College Going in Michigan: A First Look at Impac...

Thumbnail for: Susan Dynarski: State of Education in Michigan

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Susan Dynarski: State of ...
Susan Dynarski discusses the state of education in Michigan and how college-going rates throughout Michigan are affected by race, income, and quality ...

Thumbnail for: Funding local government in Michigan: A broken system?

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Funding local government ...
The Ford School's Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy (CLOSUP ) discusses findings from the Michigan Public Policy Survey and the solutions sugg...

Thumbnail for: Mark Funkhouser: Civic engagement and performance management

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Mark Funkhouser: Civic en...
Mark Funkhouser describes how government and citizens working together can produce positive outcomes, including in community economic development and ...

Thumbnail for: Lesley Turner: Do Pell Grants supplement or supplant institutional grant aid?

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Lesley Turner: Do Pell Gr...
Turner will discusses how crowd-out of Pell Grant aid varies across institutional control and selectivity and potential policies that could reduce cro...

Thumbnail for: Shobita Parthasarathy: Does gene patenting hurt the public interest?

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Shobita Parthasarathy: Do...
Shobita Parthasarathy is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.

Thumbnail for: Helene Gayle: CARE priorities and services here and abroad

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Helene Gayle: CARE priori...
Marina Whitman and Sharon Maccini talk with Helene Gayle, CARE CEO, about the challenges of providing humanitarian aid, empowering women and girls abr...

Thumbnail for: Kristin Seefeldt: Poverty rate is highest in 15 years

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Kristin Seefeldt: Poverty...
Kristin S. Seefeldt is an Adjunct Assistant Research Scientist, Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy and Assistant Professor of Social Work.

Thumbnail for: Barry Rabe: Two-thirds of Americans now believe global warming is real

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Barry Rabe: Two-thirds of...
Barry Rabe is an environmental policy professor at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy and director of the Center for Loca...

Thumbnail for: Barbara Simons: The risks of computerized voting

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Barbara Simons: The risks...
Barbara Simons: The risks of computerized voting

Thumbnail for: Global repercussions: The impact of today's U.S. economy panel

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Global repercussions: The...
A conversation with Edwin (Ted) Truman, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute; the Ford School's Marina v.N. Whitman, a professor of public policy; ...

Thumbnail for: John Steinbruner and Steven Bucci: Debate on Cyber Security

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John Steinbruner and Stev...
John Steinbruner & Steven Bucci debate the effectiveness of international agreements on cyber security. February, 2013.

Thumbnail for: Scott Greer and Frank Thompson: Fractious Federalism And The Future Of Medicaid

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Scott Greer and Frank Tho...
Scott Greer and Frank Thompson examine the challenges Medicaid faces in the second term of the Obama administration. February, 2012.

Thumbnail for: Kenneth Lieberthal: U.S.-China relations in the second Obama Administration

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Kenneth Lieberthal: U.S.-...
Kenneth Lieberthal returns to the University of Michigan for a lecture on current U.S-China relations under President Obama's new foreign policy team....

Thumbnail for: Massachusetts Comes to Michigan: Lessons about Health Care Reform from Business Leaders panel

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Massachusetts Comes to Mi...
Massachusetts and Michigan business leaders and University of Michigan experts explore lessons from Massachusetts' experience with health reform and w...

Thumbnail for: The City After Abandonment panel

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The City After Abandonmen...
Margaret Dewar, June Manning Thomas, and commentator John Gallagher discuss "The City After Abandonment" book findings and what these suggest about th...

Thumbnail for: Ann Chih Lin: New bipartisan immigration reform proposal has hits and misses

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Ann Chih Lin: New biparti...
Ann Chih Lin is an associate professor of public policy at the Ford School. Her research focuses on immigration policies, such as guest worker program...

Thumbnail for: Thomas Ivacko: Local leaders say state funding system needs reform

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Thomas Ivacko: Local lead...
Thomas Ivacko is the administrator and program manager of the Ford School's Center for Local, State and Urban Policy. He oversees the Michigan Public ...

Thumbnail for: Black and Blue documentary film screening and panel discussion

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Black and Blue documentar...
Black and Blue documentary film screening and panel discussion featuring former Senator Buzz Thomas (grandson of Willis Ward) and Steve Ford. January,...

Thumbnail for: Thea Lee & Alan Deardorff: Pros and cons of free trade

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Thea Lee & Alan Deardorff...
This Ford Policy Union event features a debate on the policy of free trade, which is the elimination of import tariffs and other artificial barriers t...

Thumbnail for: A Conversation with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke

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A Conversation with Feder...
Ben Bernanke discusses the debt ceiling, Federal Reserve policy and independence and the U.S and international economy with Ford School Dean Susan Col...

Thumbnail for: Matthew Chingos: How do schools respond to differences in teacher effectiveness?

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Matthew Chingos: How do s...
Matthew Chingos will discusses three studies of how schools respond to differences in teacher effectiveness, all of which are based on administrative ...

Thumbnail for: Barry Rabe: A majority of Americans say the federal government should address climate change

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Barry Rabe: A majority of...
Barry Rabe is a professor of environmental policy at the Ford School.

Thumbnail for: Shale gas and fracking: Issues for state and local governance panel

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Shale gas and fracking: I...
Christopher Borick, Jacquelyn Pless, Erich Schwartzel and moderator Barry Rabe review emerging patterns in policy development in these two states as w...

Thumbnail for: Tom Mann and Norm Ornstein: It's even worse than it looks

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Tom Mann and Norm Ornstei...
Thomas Mann (MA '68, PhD '77) & Norman Ornstein (PhD '74) will discuss their book, the New York Times bestseller, "It's Even Worse than It Looks: How ...

Thumbnail for: Michigan's recession and recovery: opportunities for the research, non-profit, and civic engagement communities panel

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Michigan's recession and ...
Sarah Burgard, Sheldon Danziger, Harvey Hollins III, Bill O'Brien, Rochelle Riley, and Kristin S. Seefeldt discuss Michigan's recession and recovery a...

Thumbnail for: Dick Costolo of Twitter (highlights)

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Dick Costolo of Twitter (...
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo spoke at the University of Michigan on November 16, 2012 on how Twitter brings people together. Here are some highlights of h...

Thumbnail for: Tom Ivacko: Most local leaders say personal property tax is complex, but important to their budgets

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Tom Ivacko: Most local le...
Thomas Ivacko is the administrator and program manager of the Ford School's Center for Local, State and Urban Policy. He oversees the Michigan Public ...

Thumbnail for: Dick Costolo: The power of Twitter as a communication tool

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Dick Costolo: The power o...
Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, talks about the power of Twitter as a communication tool. November, 2012. This event was co-sponsored by the Ford School...

Thumbnail for: Edward Luck and Brad Roth: Responsibility to protect debate

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Edward Luck and Brad Roth...
This Ford Policy Union event will feature a debate on the Responsibility to Protect, a principle emphasizing the responsibility of governments and int...

Thumbnail for: Elisabeth Gerber: End-running the legislative process was not a successful strategy for Michigan ballot proponents

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Elisabeth Gerber: End-run...
Elisabeth Gerber is a professor of public policy at the Ford School. Gerber's research focuses on intergovernmental cooperation, transportation policy...

Thumbnail for: Glenn Loury: Race, incarceration, and American values

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Glenn Loury: Race, incarc...
In this Center for Public Policy in Diverse Societies talk, Glenn Loury discusses race, incarceration, and American values. September, 2012.

Thumbnail for: Angel Harris: Race, inequality, cultural deficiency narratives, and schooling

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Angel Harris: Race, inequ...
Angel Harris examines the factors that contribute to differences in academic investment among African Americans, Latino/as, Asian Americans, and White...

Thumbnail for: 25% by 2025: Michigan's renewable energy ballot proposition panel

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25% by 2025: Michigan's r...
Eric Lupher, Sanya Carley & Thomas P. Lyon examine Proposal 3, the 25% renewable energy by 2025 Michigan ballot proposal. October, 2012.

Thumbnail for: Thomas Ivacko: Local leaders report that unions made most of the concessions in contract negotiations in latest survey

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Thomas Ivacko: Local lead...
Thomas Ivacko is the administrator and program manager of the Ford School's Center for Local, State and Urban Policy. He oversees the Michigan Public ...