- How Many Grace Hoppers Have Been Lost From The Innovation Pipeline? IPPSR affiliate Lisa Cook noted for research on innovation among women and African Americans.
- Jobs Are Plentiful In Some Rural Areas. Housing, Not So Much IPPSR affiliate Mark Skidmore discusses housing shortages in rural America.
- Old Specimen Provides New Insight Into Invasive Algae IPPSR affiliate Eric Freedman pens article on invasive algae in Michigan waters.
- State Of The State Podcast Examines K-12 Education Finance And Policy IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann and affiliates Charles Ballard and Kristi Bowman release policy podcast discussing Michigan education issues.
- $2.5 Million Grant To Help Improve Agricultural Consumption Of Water, Energy IPPSR affiliates Jinhua Zhao and Adam Zwickle contributing to USDA grant exploring water and energy management.
- Ann Arbor Protestors Spell 'Save The Deer' Outside City Hall IPPSR survey on deer-management population in Ann Arbor noted in light of protests surrounding annual deer-cull.
- First Sample Of Prevailing Wage Repeal Signatures Comes Up Short MPLP alumni and State Representative Brian Elder comments on ballot proposal to repeal prevailing wage.
- These Are Michigan's Most Liberal And Conservative Legislators MPLP alumni and State Senator Peter MacGregor found to be among Michigan’s most conservative legislators.
- Dems And Republicans To Battle Over Michigan's Open Congressional Seats IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses Michigan’s upcoming Congressional races.
- Growing Bipartisan Chorus Of Lawmakers Want Michigan State University President Out MPLP alumni and House Democratic Leader Sam Singh part of coalition of lawmakers demanding President Simon’s resignation.