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
Michigan State University
  • Media & Public Opinion
  • Civic Engagement
  • Environment & Energy
Michigan State University
  • Health Care
  • Economy
Michigan State University
  • Children & Families
  • Education
University of Michigan
  • Reproductive Health
  • Children & Families
  • Gender & Sexuality
Michigan State University
  • Inequality
  • Education
  • Children & Families
University of Michigan
  • Environment & Energy
University of Michigan
Resources for the Future
  • Environment & Energy
University of Michigan
  • Education
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Inequality
  • Colleges & Universities
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Children & Families
  • Inequality
University of Michigan
National Poverty Center
  • Criminal Justice
  • Public Health
  • Housing
Michigan State University
Michigan SSN
  • Public Health
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Inequality
Michigan State University

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"California Gave People the ‘Right’ To Be Homeless — But Little Help Finding Homes," Neil M. Gong, Outlook - Perspective, The Washington Post, May 20, 2021.
"Washington Will Become Second State To Adopt Cap-and-Trade Law. But What Happens Next Really Matters," Joshua A. Basseches, Commentary, Washington State Wire, April 29, 2021.
"When Stereotypes, Misconceptions and Wikipedia Decide the Fate of LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers," Miriam Gleckman-Krut (with John Marnell, B Camminga, Mandivavarira Mudarikwa, and Amy-Leigh Payne), Opinion, Maverick Citizen, April 28, 2021.

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