Poverty Solutions and the University of Michigan Dearborn invite the U of M community to think about what it might be like for a typical low-income family to survive from month to month. The Poverty Simulation framework was carefully developed by the Missouri Community Action Network, a nationally recognized community-based organization with expertise developing experiential learning models on poverty-related issues.

October 6, Michigan League

12pm: Keynote Address by Scott Allard, Professor at the Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington: Suburban Poverty (Open to the U of M community)
1pm-2pm: Lunch Reception; Check-in for Poverty Simulation
2pm: Poverty Simulation (Open to all U of M students)
4:30pm-5:30pm: Debrief & Expert Panel

October 7th (overflow date, please indicate your willingness to attend this session on your registration)

9:30am-1pm: Poverty Simulation (Open to all U of M students)

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