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On March 24th, 1965 at 8:00 PM, about 3,500 faculty and students at the University of Michigan launched the first ever “teach in,” despite bomb threats and condemnation by the Michigan state legislature and governor. For twelve hours, participants attended lectures, debates, and performances to protest the War in Vietnam. Along the way, they established a model that would be replicated at over 120 campuses across the United States before the end of the war…

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“It was a big, late-night conversation. We walked into the room with one view of the world, and we came out completely different, and totally for the better.”

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Yang’s study is not only addressing a massive challenge in microfinance and international development, it’s also providing rigorous empirical evidence of the importance of personal identification for credit market efficiency.

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This July—a week after the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) issued what John Ciorciari called “a sweeping repudiation of China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea,” Ciorciari wrote an op-ed for China-US Focus titled, “Reverberations of the South China Sea Decision.”

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The University of Michigan will launch a new partnership that enables MBA students from one of Latin America’s top business schools to earn a master of public administration degree at the Ford School of Public Policy.

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