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IPPSR Forum Reviews School Partnership Progress

March 30, 2020

Michigan State University’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research will showcase the first steps under a new model to help improve the state’s lowest performing schools in its Wednesday,...

MPLP Fundraising Dinner Rescheduled for October 1

March 11, 2020

The Michigan Political Leadership Program returns to its roots in its 25th annual fundraising dinner rescheduled for Thursday, Oct. 1.

Michigan State University’s nationally...

Presenters and speakers from sustainable supply chain Forum.

How Michigan Makes Its Supply Chain Sustainable

February 06, 2020

Consumers around the world are seeking products that are sustainably manufactured and designed for disposal or reuse, and Michigan businesses are moving to meet the demand.

In this month's...

Michigan's Upbeat on Economy; Less Positive on Trump

January 31, 2020

Michigan consumers are more positive about their personal finances than they’ve been in nearly two decades, and by some measures, the most upbeat of the century, the latest State of the State...

Michigan Political Leadership Program Names New Fellows

January 09, 2020

Michigan State University’s newest class of Michigan Political Leadership Program Fellows hail from communities large and small, with diverse backgrounds in...

Internship Opportunities, Career Options and Scholarships

January 07, 2020

For four decades, Michigan State University has been honoring the life of an undergraduate science enthusiast who helped to pioneer internships in the Michigan Legislature.

A new year of...

2020's First Forum: Redrawing Michigan's Voting Districts

December 30, 2019

Michigan’s first-ever citizen redistricting initiative is underway and Michigan State University’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research opened the new year with a Public Policy Forum...

Roads, Communities, Policies and Politics in the New Year

December 19, 2019

After three sluggish years, Michigan’s economy could perk up in 2020 with relaxed tariffs, an end to the General Motors’ strike and a bipartisan North American Free Trade Agreement, Institute for...

Red State Blues: New Grossmann Book Reviewed on SOSS Podcast

December 02, 2019

Republicans have overtaken Democratic control of state legislatures across the country, but strict conservative policies haven’t found complete favor with the public, a new book from a Michigan...

Michigan on the Edge of Recession? Term Limits on Edge of Reverse?

December 02, 2019

While the nation has gained more than a million jobs this year, job growth in the U.S. heartland is...

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