Welcome to Michigan SSN

About the chapter

Michigan SSN was launched in 2017 to bring together engaged scholars from colleges and universities across the state with policymakers, civic leaders, and journalists. The chapter's hub is in the East Lansing area with the bulk of its membership hailing from Michigan State University and the University of Michigan.

Leaders
  • Environment & Energy
Michigan State University
  • Children & Families
  • Education
  • Public Health
Michigan State University
Members
  • Reproductive Health
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Labor
  • Children & Families
  • Inequality
University of Michigan
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Gender & Sexuality
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Education
Michigan State University
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Inequality
  • Labor
University of Michigan
Russell Sage Foundation
National Poverty Center
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Criminal Justice
  • Race & Ethnicity
University of Michigan
  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy & Governance
University of Michigan
  • Democracy & Governance
Oakland University
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Foreign Policy & Security
Michigan State University
  • Inequality
  • Economy
University of Michigan
  • Education
Michigan State University
  • Labor
University of Michigan
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Public Health
  • Race & Ethnicity
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Latest Contributions

Attendance Incentives

  • Sarah Lenhoff

Measuring Socioeconomic Status in Educational Data Systems

  • Jeremy Singer

Policy Change To Prevent Suicide: Turning Research Into Action

  • Corbin J. Standley

Tripling the College Student Vote in Ann Arbor

  • Edie N. Goldenberg

Latest in the News

"Why ‘Test-Optional’ Admissions Are Not a Game-Changer for Equity After All," Awilda Rodriguez, Opinion, The Hechinger Report, July 13, 2022.
"Suicide of Man Who Spent Youth in Rikers Shows Devastation of Racially Biased Justice System," Karyn Lacy, Policing the USA | Opinion, USA Today, June 8, 2022.
"Other views on WSU board, charter schools," Jeremy Singer, Opinion, The Detroit News, November 13, 2021.
"Germany Apologized for a Genocide. It’s Nowhere Near Enough," Miriam Gleckman-Krut (with Kavena Hambira), Opinion, The New York Times, July 8, 2021.
Sarah Reckhow's research on Walton family, key funder of the charter-school movement discussed by Casey Parks, "The Rise of Black Homeschooling," The New Yorker, June 14, 2021.

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