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July 20, 2017

IPPSR Announces MAPPR Grant Winners

Seven research groups or individuals are winners of 2018 Michigan Applied Public Policy Research Program grants. The grants cover such topics as transportation, energy, fiscal health, opioid sales and education.

February 23, 2018

Michigan Economy Fares Better than Elected Leaders in Latest SOSS Measures

Michigan residents were more upbeat about the economy than they were about their elected leaders this winter.

February 15, 2018

Leaders from Across Michigan Tapped as MPLP Class of 2018

Michigan State University’s Class of 2018 Michigan Political Leadership Program Fellows begin this studies this month.

February 05, 2018

Michigan Broadband Challenges: Technology to connect education, jobs, lives

Broadband internet is essential to Michigan's economic growth. IPPSR's Public Policy Forum explored broadband internet across the state.

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Programs

Events

Mar 08

O'Malley and Santorum at MPLP Dinner

Laurel Manor Banquet and Conference Center, 39000 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, MI

Mar 09

Join O'Malley and Santorum at MPLP Breakfast

JW Marriott, 235 Louis Street, NW, Grand Rapids, MI

Mar 28

IPPSR Public Policy Forum

Anderson House Office Building, Mackinac Room, 5th Floor

Blog

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February 23, 2018

State of the State Podcast: The President. The Governor. The Economy.

State of the State is IPPSR's policy-based podcast. Recorded monthly and available here, on IPPSR's SoundCloud channel and through the MSUToday podcast on over-the-air radio and internet...

February 17, 2018

Independent Streams (Week of February 12)

Problems A True Picture Of US Black Jobless Figures IPPSR affiliate Lisa Cook discusses the driving forces behind declining black unemployment. MSU Uses $3...

February 04, 2018

Independent Streams (Week of January 29)

Problems Why 'Personalized Learning' Advocates Like Mark Zuckerberg Keep Citing A 1984 Study - And Why It Might Not Say Much About Schools Today IPPSR...

January 26, 2018

In Other Words (Week of January 22)

On the Left Our Bleeding Hearts Might Have Saved Us From Ramona’s Voices, how the left should move forward after President Trump’s first year in office. Nassar...

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