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Wonderful Honor: Three MPLP Winners are Wonder Women

October 01, 2019

In a first for Michigan State University’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, three women with ties to the leadership program – including MPLP’s Co-Director -- are winners of 2019 WONder Woman...

High Great Lakes Waters May Flow Through to 2020

September 26, 2019

If Great Lakes' water levels seemed high this year, 2020's coastlines could see even more waves lapping at their edges, panelists at IPPSR's most recent Public Policy Forum said this month in...

MPLP Celebrates Traditions in 2020 Fundraiser

September 16, 2019

Michigan State University's Michigan Political Leadership Program is returning to its roots in its 25th annual fundraising dinner this coming March, celebrating its 30th...

U.S. Census Opens IPPSR Fall Forum Topics

September 05, 2019

IPPSR began its September 2019 Public Policy Forum with the tragic remembrances of 9/11 and a call for all of Michigan to step forward and be counted in the 2020 population census.


Urgent Need to Recruit and Retain Pre-K Teachers

August 22, 2019

New Michigan State University research finds an urgent need to take a series of steps to recruit and retain the state’s pre-K teachers passionate about a profession that’s crucial to the success...

MAPPR Winners Fight Crime, Cyberbulling, Disease

July 23, 2019

Six proposals designed to fight crime, cyberbullying, voting disadvantages, the “homework” gap and disease in humans and animals are recipients of Michigan Applied Public Policy Research (MAPPR)...

IPPSR Fall Forum Dates Are on the Calendar

July 16, 2019

IPPSR’s Fall Public Policy Forum Schedule is set for 2019 with the opening event on Sept. 11 in the Mackinac Room on the fifth floor of the Anderson House Office Building in downtown Lansing....

Michigan in the Way of Proposed Tariffs

June 17, 2019

Michigan's global automotive manufacturing strength is squarely exposed to newly proposed international tariffs on goods made in Mexico and China, a new State of the State Podcast indicates.


New Technologies Needed to Combat Opioid Crisis

June 11, 2019

Michigan must harness new technologies to do battle with drug traffickers and the opioid crisis, a Michigan State University criminal justice researcher says in a new report sponsored by the...

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