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Alumni Board

The Alumni Board helps the Humphrey School foster and sustain strong relationships with its alumni and students in order to broaden career and networking opportunities; support students in completing their degrees; and promote excellence in public affairs.

Regional Groups

With nearly 4,300 graduates across the globe, the Humphrey School's regional groups are vital to cultivating local alumni connections and increasing the visibility of the Humphrey School worldwide. These groups rely on the energy and commitment of alumni volunteers to plan and host social and professional networking events, organize community service initiatives, and provide opportunities for alumni to connect with each other and with the School. Currently, there are active groups in Washington, D.C., and Chicago. For more information or to start a regional group, email Alumni Relations.

Social Networking

Many of you use social media in your day-to-day lives. Reconnect with old classmates and stay in touch with your colleagues and friends from the Humphrey School by joining our Alumni & Students LinkedIn group and finding us on Facebook.

Snowfall Soiree: An MPA Mid-winter Gathering

There’s nothing more heartwarming on a cold winter’s night than a celebration of leadership and the common good! Our next event is February 9, 2018!

Emerging Professionals Network

Emerging Professionals Network is a collaboration between multiple collegiate societies at the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Alumni Association to provide an opportunity for recent graduates to connect with one another at fun and interesting events and activities throughout the year.

Alumni Relations

Humphrey School of Public Affairs
280 Humphrey School
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455

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All of my classes at the Humphrey use real-world examples and I have worked on many projects for real clients. It's nice to learn about the concepts and theories and then apply them in a real-world setting where I can provide valuable recommendations for a community.
Emily Jorgensen, MURP '16