April 16, 2020
As Michigan and states across the country suspend in-person learning in K-12 classrooms, IPPSR is tracking schools' response to COVID-19.
January 18, 2021
Class of 2021 set to begin 10-month learning and leading journey.
January 15, 2021
IPPSR's first Public Policy Forum of 2021 explores the ebb and flow of injections to limit COVID-19 infection and death.
January 04, 2021
Nominate interns for prestigious Daniel Rosenthal Prize. March 1 deadline.
Public Policy Forums
IPPSR’s series of public policy forums combine evidence-based research, theory and best practice. They are open to the public. Reserve a seat.
Michigan Applied Public Policy Research Program
Grants are awarded for applied policy research. They encourage the exchange of ideas between faculty and policymakers.
Michigan Political Leadership Program
MPLP is one of the nation’s premiere leadership training programs, selecting 24 diverse men and women each year.
State of the State Survey
SOSS takes the public pulse on Michigan’s economy and leadership each quarter. Researchers are invited to add questions.
Office for Survey Research
OSR has produced major research data for faculty, government agencies and major corporations by mail, phone and web.
Legislative Leadership Program
This short course in public policy offers select training to those newly elected to the Michigan Senate and House.
Online Via Zoom
Online Via Zoom
Institute for Public Policy and Social Research
January 24, 2021
First State of the State podcast of 2021: an economic roller coaster and polarizing grievances that can fuel political violence.
November 25, 2020
At this time of thanks, this new analysis of Michigan's budget year forecasting takes time to express gratitude for improving accuracy.
October 28, 2020
Overcoming Michigan's Homework Gap: Innovation and Collaboration Can Build a Resilient K-12 Education System
Inequalities in broadband connectivity are a major obstacle in connecting our human capital -- especially our children -- to a successful future.
October 20, 2020
Michigan's normal push-and-pull budget debate was more than a little bit different this year.