- MSU faculty included on team for Michigan mobility challenge IPPSR Affiliate Shelia Cotten will be representing MSU and lending her expertise in sociomobility with the Michigan mobility challenge.
- Researchers to study legume value chains in West Africa IPPSR affiliate and MSU professor Dr. Michael Olabasi will study legume value chains to provide policy makers with a better view of how these chains function.
- How to build institutions not political hobbies IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on how Americans can rebuild institutions through local action on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Sen. Wayne Schmidt: Road plan a shortsighted approach State Sen. Wayne Schmidt, an alum of IPPSR’s Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP) writes an article explaining why Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s $3.5 billion bonding program to fix the roadways is a short-sighted approach.
- Filing: Nonprofit tied to top lawmaker received $500k from undisclosed donor MPLP alum and State Sen. Jeremy Moss speaks on the benefits of his proposed legislation that would make Michigan campaign finance more transparent.
- Expect absentee ballot surge to delay Michigan election results State Rep. Ann Bollin, an MPLP alumna, mentioned in an article discussing her proposed bill to allow precincts to resize to accommodate the expected decrease of in-person voting and an increase in absentee balloting.
- Political science department hosts 5 things to know about 2020 primaries IPPSR director Matt Grossmann’s presentation on “Five Things to Know About The 2020 Primaries” was featured in an article in The State News.
- Lena Epstein on Gender, Politics, and Business MPLP alumna Lena Epstein answers questions about gender, politics and business in an interview published in Hour Magazine.
- Michigan workers should get Election Day off, Benson says Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, an MPLP alumna, urges employers to make Election Day a working holiday.