David Haynes

Professor David Haynes is a Professor of Public Administration and teaches in the MPA graduate program at Northern Michigan University, where he previously served as President. David has been involved in the public administration and political science field for over 45 years.

The World Around Us, Listening and Learning in the UP, Luce County’s Census, and Civil War Tombstone Cleanup

The World Around Us, Listening and Learning in the UP, Luce County’s Census, and Civil War Tombstone Cleanup. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes!

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Covid Vaccination Response, University Presidential Search, UP Hospital Owners Make Loan to Japanese Bank, UP Prison Population, and New Job for Bill Vajda

Covid Vaccination Response, University Presidential Search, UP Hospital Owners Make Loan to Japanese Bank, UP Prison Population, and New Job for Bill Vajda. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes!

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Welcome to 2022, New Digital Journalism Nationally and Locally, Income Inequality, Reapportionment in Michigan, and Lack of Rural Representation

Welcome to 2022, New Digital Journalism Nationally and Locally, Income Inequality, Reapportionment in Michigan, and Lack of Rural Representation. Read about this and more in this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Taking a Holiday Break, Looking Into 2022 in Michigan, and Child Care Tax Credit Lapses

Taking a Holiday Break, Looking Into 2022 in Michigan, and Child Care Tax Credit Lapses. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Child Care Concerns Continue, Michigan Minimum Wage Increase, DCHS Closer to Deal, and Democracy Failing?

Child Care Concerns Continue, Michigan Minimum Wage Increase, DCHS Closer to Deal, and Democracy Failing? Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Newberry Native Was Named One of 100 Most Influential People in the World

Newberry native named one of 100 most influential people in the world. His name is Ian Fishback and the year was 2005, and the honor was bestowed by Time Magazine. Read this week’s edition of Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Thanksgiving Recollections, Concerns About Inflation, InvestUP Adding Lobbying Power, and a Big Loss for NMU

Thanksgiving Recollections, Concerns About Inflation, InvestUP Adding Lobbying Power, and a Big Loss for NMU. Read this week’s edition of Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes!

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NMU Foundation and the Old Marquette Hospital Purchase, Global Supply Chain in the UP, and State Teacher Shortage

NMU Foundation and the Old Marquette Hospital Purchase, Global Supply Chain in the UP, and State Teacher Shortage. Read this week’s edition of Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes!

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UP Scholars, Another Yooper Moves On Up, Women and Selective Service, 2022 State Elections, and Women and Selective Service

UP Scholars, Another Yooper Moves On Up, Women and Selective Service, 2022 State Elections, Women and Selective Service, and the Most Expensive Real Estate in the Country. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes!

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McBroom named a Michiganian of the Year, veteran issues, Rural Insights employs student and faculty researchers, VRBO regulations, and “Definitely Not Fritz Erickson” Twitter account

McBroom a Michiganian of the Year, veteran issues, Rural Insights employs student and faculty researchers, VRBO regulations, “Definitely Not Fritz Erickson” Twitter account, what happened to free community college tuition in DC, and what are the priorities for the Upper Peninsula?

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