Independent Streams (Week of January 15)

Problems How Many Grace Hoppers Have Been Lost From The Innovation Pipeline?(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Lisa Cook noted for research on innovation among women and African Americans. Jobs Are Plentiful In Some Rural Areas. Housing, Not So Much(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Mark Skidmore discusses housing shortages in rural America. Old Specimen Provides New Insight Into …

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Independent Streams (Week of October 2)

Problems Summit Held For Ending Campus Sexual Assault(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Rebecca Campbell explains common trauma-responses in sexual assault victims. ‘Fake News’ Course Aims To Improve Media Consumption And Production(link is external) IPPSR affiliate William Dutton comments on the impact of ‘fake news.’ Cooking Books: DOD, HUD Defrauded Taxpayers Of $21 Trillion From 1998 to 2015(link …

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Independent Streams (week of January 9)

Our weekly roundup of policy-relevant reads and IPPSR-connected research. Problems Michigan Outlook: Companies Expect To Hire In 2017 (link is external) IPPSR affiliate Charles Ballard discusses the challenges of gaining skilled trade workers in Michigan. Head Of Michigan’s Unemployment Agency Reassigned After Thousands Wrongly Accused Of Fraud (link is external) Michigan Political Leadership Program Alumni …

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