Grantee Profile

University of Michigan

Grants to University of Michigan

  • $749,461Active Strategy

    2009 (Inactive Grant)


    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — To research the effects of the foreclosure and economic crisis on vulnerable workers and families, as part of the How Housing Matters to Families and Communities competitive grant program (over three years).

  • $75,000Active Strategy

    2004 (Inactive Grant)

    Policy Research

    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — In support of the project Financial Services for the Poor: The Detroit Area Study.

  • $477,000Active Strategy

    2004 (Inactive Grant)

    Population & Reproductive Health

    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — To establish ExpandNet, a network of health professionals seeking to increase the use of successful reproductive health interventions (over three years).

  • $4,170,000

    1995 (Inactive Grant)


    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — To support participation in the Research Network on Successful Pathways through Middle Childhood (over three years).

  • $800,000

    1987 (Inactive Grant)

    Peace & Security

    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN — To support the Program in International Peace and Security Research, for institutional fellowships and related research and support.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded University of Michigan $6,271,461 between 1983 and 2015.

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