Our weekly roundup of policy-relevant reads and IPPSR-connected research
- 'Children Are Not Blueberries' What A Trump/DeVos Administration Would Mean For Local Schools IPPSR Affiliate David Arsen discusses the potential impact of a DeVos nomination on school funding.
- Black History Month: MSU Scholar Explores Impacts Of Oppression On U.S. Innovation IPPSR Affiliate Lisa Cook discusses the impact of oppression on innovation for African American investors.
- Special Report: Sexual Assault Survivors Speak On Title IX Experiences IPPSR Affiliate Rebecca Campbell discusses different responses to sexual assault.
- Where You Live Affects Your Personality, Study Says IPPSR Affiliate William Chopik’s study reveals character variations among states.
Personality Traits 'Contagious' Among Children IPPSR Affiliate Jennifer Watling Neal finds that preschoolers influence one another’s personalities in new study.
Record-High Profit Sharing For GM Union Workers IPPSR Affiliate Charles Ballard comments on the effect of bonuses for GM workers in the local economy.
How Much Change Can Betsy DeVos Make At State's Schools? IPPSR Affiliate Kristi Bowman is quoted on DeVos’s influence on civil rights complaints in schools.
Michigan Matters: Michigan Political Leadership Program IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses the Michigan Political Leadership Program on Michigan Matters, on
E.L., State Weigh Immigration Ban Implications MPLP Alumni and House Democratic Leader Sam Singh comments on the new presidential administration’s immigration ban.
Dems To Challenge 'Partisan Gerrymander' In Michigan MPLP Alumni and State Representative Jeremy Moss introduces legislation that would create a nonpartisan commission to draw district lines.