February 15, 2024

Dollars and Cents: Making Sense of the State Budget

On Thursday, February 15, the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research at Michigan State University (IPPSR) held a Lunch and Learn covering Governor Whitmer's draft budget.


Our current guests were...

February 06, 2024


IPPSR-affiliated Professor Jon Eguia has released his breakdown of the most recent maps being considered by Michigan's Independent Redistricting Commission...

January 25, 2024

IPPSR Hosts Best Selling Author Tim Alberta

On January 19, the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research hosted best-selling author and Michigan State alumnus Tim Alberta for a forum covering "...

January 10, 2024

IPPSR Research: Narratives Played Key Role in Critical Race Theory Fights

EAST LANSING, Mich., January 10, 2024 – Insitute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR) at Michigan State University affiliated researchers Ariell...

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February 16, 2024

Where Does Michigan Redistricting Go Next?

Michigan's Independent Redistricting Commission (MICRC) is redrawing its metro Detroit legislative districts, ruled unconstitutional by a federal court...

January 17, 2024

Partisan Fairness and Minority Representation

In 2021, an Independent Citizen Redistricting Commission drew the district maps to be used in all elections to the Michigan legislature over the following...

December 21, 2023

Building a Holistic Political Case for Racial Equity through Unified Policy Transformation

Racial equity is a defining challenge in America, a deeply rooted issue that demands a unified, comprehensive approach from policymakers across ideological...

November 03, 2023

Let's Talk Integrated Care

As the correlation between physical and behavioral health is becoming increasingly more recognized, policymakers and stakeholders alike are interested in...

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