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Student Working Papers

MPPS Policy Paper: Drinking Water Infrastructure

March 1, 2019
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Caleb Hogeterp
Michigan has access to some of the largest bodies of freshwater in the world, and is surrounded by more than one-fifth of the world’s surface fresh water (US EPA, 2015). However, the quality of its constituents’ drinking water contradicts this sort...
Student Working Papers

Improving Michigan School Discipline Practices

March 1, 2019
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KeAndra Hollis
Over the recent years, many studies have attempted to shed light on the negative impacts and gaps of exclusionary discipline practices within Michigan schools. Research shows that students who face suspension and expulsion are as much as 10 times...
Student Working Papers

Is Affordable Housing Attainable?

March 1, 2019
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Miranda J. Pearson
Growing up people often spend time dreaming of their perfect home, in hopes that one day if they work hard enough and put enough money aside, that their dream will become a reality. A perfect home where one can raise their children and grow old in,...
Student Working Papers

Michigan K-12 College-Readiness

March 1, 2019
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Taylor Smith
When exploring the K-12 curriculum structure, it is important to note what the most effective methods are when it comes to making sure that students are getting all of the training that they need in order to be ready for college when the time comes....
Student Working Papers

Equitable Placemaking in Detroit

March 1, 2019
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Ashley Tjhung
During, and in the wake of, Michigan’s Lost Decade and the Great Recession, Michigan’s urban centers struggled to retain and attract young people. This dilemma became known as the “brain drain” and led to a number of issues, including an unwelcome...
Working Papers

Dynamics of Climate Change Belief in Rural and Wind Turbine Communities

December 1, 2018
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Rio Mizuno**
As the most suitable sites for wind energy development, rural areas are integral to the growth of the renewable energy sector in the U.S. A crucial aspect of siting decisions lies in the opinions of the local community, for which environmental...
IEEP

Findings from the Fall 2018 NSEE

November 1, 2018
The National Surveys on Energy and Environment (NSEE) is an on-going biannual national opinion survey on energy and climate policy from University of Michigan and Muhlenberg...
IEEP

Federalism and California’s Role in Vehicle Emissions Standards

July 1, 2018
This paper and its analyses were commissioned in order to support a paper written by Barry G. Rabe for the Academy of Arts and Sciences Project on Durability and Adaptability in Energy Policy entitled “Leveraged Federalism and the Clean Air Act: The...