CLOSUP Past Conferences
CLOSUP sponsors occasional research conferences on topical policy issues. Although the format and purpose of each conference is unique, these conferences generally are designed to bring together researchers from across the University, and to host scholars as well as policymakers and practitioners from off campus, to address major policy issues of the day. These conferences help integrate University of Michigan researchers with policymakers and practitioners, in part to help inform research with perspectives from the field, and in part to help inform policymaking with the latest knowledge from the academic universe.
Please see below for more information about past CLOSUP conferences.
More information is also available regarding upcoming conferences.
- Where Do We Go From Here? An Agenda-setting Conference for the Economic Issues Facing Michigan, March 14, 2006
- Creating Collaborative Communities, October 31 - November 1, 2005
- The 2005 State Politics and Policy Conference, May 13th & 14th, 2005
- Great Lakes Regional Economic Initiative, March 14th & 15th, 2005
- Michigan at the Millennium:
- European and American Experiences with Affordable Housing and Integrated Community Development, May 9th & 10th, 2003
- Authority Migration, May 30th & 31st, 2003
- Privatization: Issues of State and Local Public Infrastructure, November 22, 2002