Bring Sunny the Sonoran Pronghorn to the Gramlich Showcase at the Ford School of Public Policy on March 14, 2012.
The IPE group, Center for Biological Diversity, was selected to present at the Gramlich Showcase. We don't want to show you just a poster about what we did...
If we reach our goal, we will bring Sunny back for the day for you to hear about what it's like living on the border, have your picture taken with a real endangered animal (costume), and galavant through the Weill Hall hallways.
Anything we raise above the cost of the costume rental will be donated to the actual Center for Biological Diversity.
The Gramlich Showcase consists of an open house style poster session where a select group of Ford School students (PhD, MPP/MPA, and undergrads), nominated by faculty and staff, have the opportunity to display and discuss their work. The Ford School hosts the event to highlight and celebrate the intellectual achievements of our students and to establish a permanent tribute to Ned Gramlich's belief in the value of a public policy education. (For more information visi the Ford School events calendar)
What if I will not be able to make it to Ann Arbor on March 14, but I want to donate to the project?
No problem! It's great that you want to support the cause! If you are distant, you have the choice of either multiple signed photographs of Sunny -OR- you can send me a photo of yourself and our team will photoshop Sunny in as best we can!