The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Energy & Environment, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Economic Development, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Health Care, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Education, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

The University of Michigan, as a public university, has an inherent responsibility to serve the interests of the community it represents. The institution purchases more than $1 billion of goods and services each year, and how the university chooses to spend that money shapes the structure and values of Ann Arbor and Southeastern Michigan as

Alec Ramsay-Smith Interviews Candidate for Probate Judge Tracy Van Den Bergh “I want to bring my unique perspective to the bench to ensure all citizens of the county are fairly represented in the probate court. When families and individuals are brought before the court, they are often dealing with the toughest issues of their lives.

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Roosevelt @ U of Michigan seeks to create an engaging, fun environment where students from all backgrounds and academic disciplines can build relationships with other students, impact public policy, and effect real change. The chapter deepens understanding of state and local policy problems by engaging with local policy makers, professors, and leaders. These efforts inform topic specific

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At University of Michigan, Roosevelters are working with school administrators to develop procurement processes that provide opportunities for local, minority and women owned businesses. As a publicly-funded anchor institution with a budget of over $1 billion in goods and services each year, the university has the opportunity to ensure that these transactions help support the

Dominic Russel from Roosevelt @ U Michigan details how new developments are displacing residents, even in Detroit. But a growing body of research suggests the opposite is true: inequitable cities and regions have shorter periods of sustained growth and prosperity. It turns out that when working-class residents can’t afford to live near new developments, business owners

In 2015, at a time when innovative ideas are needed in politics more than ever, Roosevelters are organizing their peers to take their ideas to their elected officials – online and offline. By connecting our ideas to decision makers and power-players, we are creating a groundswell of real policy change. We’re taking our ideas to the place