Back to Blue; Future Ahead

Written by: Arnold Weinfeld

Primary Source: Michigan Policy Wonk Blog, November 18, 2018

 

The State of the State Podcast discusses issues, questions, answers, policy and research on the hottest topics on the local, state and national stage. State of the State podcasters Interim IPPSR Director Arnold Weinfeld and Charles Ballard, Director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey, will talk together and share the air with frequent guests monthly.

IPPSR thanks Director Matt Grossmann, now on sabbatical, for kicking off the State of the State Podcast and infusing it with extraordinary energy.

The production will be featured on radio stations on the air and over the internet, on SoundCloud at http://soundcloud.com/stateofthestatepodcast, over ITunes, on Facebook, Twitter and on the IPPSR website at ippsr.msu.edu.

This month’s production answers questions about how and why Michigan voters cast their ballots in Election 2016. It also answers the questions: Does President Donald Trump’s endorsement help — or harm — a candidate in Michigan? Is Michigan in favor of building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico?

On the MSU campus, IPPSR specializes in policy education, leadership training and survey research in MSU’s College of Social Science. We are the home of the Michigan Political Leadership Program, the Office for Survey Research, State of the State Survey, Legislative Leadership Program, Rosenthal Legislative Internship Program, more than 60 affiliate faculty members, student policy fellows and major research databases on topics of interest to academic researchers, legislators, policy makers, elected leaders and journalists around the world. IPPSR thanks MSU’s Communications and Brand Strategy office, MSU Director of Public Relations Jennifer Davis, Producer Russ White of MSU Advancement Marketing and Communications and all those who support the efforts necessary to make this production possible.

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Arnold Weinfeld
Arnold Weinfeld is director of Urban Policy Initiatives. In this capacity he works collaboratively with the Center for Community and Economic Development and serves as a connector and boundary spanner, working with MSU faculty, community partners, and agencies to develop university-community partnerships focused on urban and systems change. He participates in and leads community-engaged research and evaluation projects working to promote community based participatory research models of practice.
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