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Check out @ESDet's latest Detroit School Scorecard-created with @edpolicyford partnership. http://myumi.ch/6kxYX
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#TBT to the record turnout at last year’s Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day event in DC. Will 2015 be another record-breaking year? #fordspirit

More photos: http://myumi.ch/6jxBd
Spirit Day 2015: http://myumi.ch/aK4go
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Today at 7pm: Meet Elena Delbanco, former @umich professor and author of The Silver Swan, at @nicolasbooks. More: http://myumi.ch/a0WYp
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Brian Jacob & @dynarski receive $4 million grant for the education sciences predoctoral research training program. http://myumi.ch/6wlK7
By Greta Guest, Michigan News. The University of Michigan has received a $4 million federal grant to establish a predoctoral research training program in education sciences. The grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences unites U-M's School of Education, ...
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BAs and newly-minted grads: if we’re being honest, the opportunity cost of missing the 2015 BA Yearbook can’t be measured with derivatives or regressions. Be sure to keep an eye on your inboxes this week for a special delivery. #fordschool15 #goblue
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Susan Collins to discuss institutional obsticles to policy engagement Fri. at 10:30; @BarryRabe to moderate. http://myumi.ch/LovKN #AcadEng
Agenda. Michigan Meeting Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse Rackham Amphitheater 915 East Washington Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Wednesday May 13. What is the normative problem? What is public and political engagement? Why should we be doing it?
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Save the date! Worldwide Ford School Spirit Day is 7/9.

Check out events near you, RSVP, or volunteer to be a host - visit http://myumi.ch/aK4go for more information. #fordspirit
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Brian Jacob & @dynarski receive $4 million grant for an education sciences predoctoral research training program. http://myumi.ch/6wlK7
By Greta Guest, Michigan News. The University of Michigan has received a $4 million federal grant to establish a predoctoral research training program in education sciences. The grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences unites U-M's School of Education, ...
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It’s here! The 2015 BA Yearbook is ready for you to view and download. Check it out and join the conversation: http://myumi.ch/6nbpx #fordschool15
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Check out the great #urecord story about the creation of the #walkingthelineofblackness video. http://myumi.ch/aAxY5
"Walking the Line of Blackness," a 20-minute video created by and featuring graduate students from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, puts their direct, personal experiences with racism in focus.  Their intent is to contribute to the national discourse about race, here and throughout academia in the U.S. "I'm proud of the students who created this film," said Ford School Dean Susan M. Collins. "They bravely share deeply personal, often p...
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Head over to the Rackham Amphitheater to hear @JoyRohde moderate the "Experiences in Engagement" panel @ 5:15 http://myumi.ch/LovKN #AcaEng
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735 South State Street Ann Arbor MI 48109-3091
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The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan is one of the nation's top policy schools. Our mission is to offer outstanding education for leadership in public policy analysis and public management and to excel in social science research that illuminates public policy issues and promotes better public policy.

We offer rigorous education to policy analysts and public managers, confident that those who are well trained in the analysis of economic, political, and organizational issues will be best able to address public concerns. Our interdisciplinary faculty, leaders in their fields, is committed to the effective use of the social sciences to understand public problems and contribute to their solution.

Degrees offered: Masters in Public Policy; Masters in Public Administration; dual masters degrees with schools/departments across the University of Michigan; joint PhDs with Economics, Political Science, or Sociology; and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy.