The Ford School Feed: News for alumni and friends of the Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan


September 8, 2011

Greetings from the Dean

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Dean Susan M. Collins participates in the Fed's Jackson Hole economic summit, welcomes start of new academic year. [More]

Faculty news and research

Latest CLOSUP report

What do local government leaders think?

Latest CLOSUP report explores views on public sector unions. [More]

Bob Axelrod earns 2011 Merriam Award

American Political Science Association gives Axelrod its top career achievement award. [More]

Parthasarathy promoted to tenured associate professor … [More]

Gerber part of team helping Great Lakes cities adapt to changing climate… [More]

Alumni news

PPIA @ 30 years

PPIA @ 30 years

Ford School celebrates PPIA milestone. [More]

Alumni help needed

Find out how you can help MPP/MPA recruitment. [More]

Seeking Applied Policy Seminar projects... [More]

First annual Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day a hit... [More]

Around the school

Jim Ellickson-Brown

New Diplomat in Residence

Jim Ellickson-Brown joins the Ford School. [More]

New leaders for key educational programs

BA program, joint PhD program in policy and social science, and the STPP all have new leadership. [More]

Staff retreat focuses on Detroit, alums... [More]

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy

Keeping in touch: alumni news

50th Reunion Weekend Class of 1961: Details. [More]

PhD 10th to be celebrated at DC alumni reception, 11/3/11. [More]

Send your Class Notes for State & Hill. [More]

Stay connected: join other alumni on Facebook, LinkedIn, and InCircle. [More]


Multimedia icon Mrs. Betty Ford tribute, slideshow. [View]

Multimedia icon Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day photos. [View]

Multimedia icon Political networks conference keynote Garry Robins. [Watch]

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