In the Media

This article features a unique research symposium co-hosted by the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Development (IPID) and the Humphrey Equity and Inclusion Council.

MN Daily
April 23, 2018

An appearance by author Susan Bartlett Foote at the Humphrey School to launch her new book, "The Crusade for Forgotten Souls," is mentioned in this calendar of events. 

Star Tribune
April 23, 2018

This article mentions explorer Lonnie Dupre's event to launch his new book, "Alone At The Top: Climbing Denali in the Dead of Winter," at the Humphrey School in conjunction with the Midwest Mountaineering expo. 

Star Tribune
April 23, 2018

Adjunct faculty member Steve Andreasen wrote this commentary on diplomatic relations between North and South Korea.  

Star Tribune
April 23, 2018

This article on the high numbers of women running for office references research conducted by Debra Fitzpatrick of the Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy. 

Yahoo News
April 23, 2018

An appearance by author Susan Bartlett Foote at the Humphrey School to launch her new book, "The Crusade for Forgotten Souls," is mentioned in this calendar of events. 

St. Paul Pioneer Press
April 22, 2018

Columnist John Rash spoke to Professor Ragui Assaad for this piece about how the Middle East country of Jordan is helping refugees from neighboring countries in conflict,  including Syria.

Star Tribune
April 21, 2018

A Smart Politics column by researcher Eric Ostermeier, regarding the retirement of House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, was republished by Urban Milwaukee. 

Urban Milwaukee
April 20, 2018

This story looks at the efforts of Dave Wilsey, director of the Master of Development Practice program, and his students who partnered with a Minneapolis craft brewery to make a special brew using the Ramón nut, which is native to Central America, South America and the Caribbean. 

The Growler magazine
April 20, 2018

The public forum with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, hosted by the Humphrey School on April 23, was promoted in this events calendar. 

MinnPost
April 20, 2018

This article tells the story of two University of Minnesota students who got the idea to create a law enforcement interest group after taking a class together at the Humphrey School. 

MN Daily
April 19, 2018

Research Fellow Eric Ostermeier is quoted in this story about the Republican Party's chances in the November midterm elections and how they are tied to President Trump's approval ratings. 

Morning Consult
April 19, 2018

Dave Wilsey, director of the Master of Development Practice program, partnered with a Minneapolis craft brewery to make a special brew using the Ramón nut, which is native to Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The story explains how the effort may eventually help preserve rain forests. 

MN Daily
April 19, 2018

This story recaps the 'Prince in Minneapolis' symposium held at the Humphrey School, which examined Prince’s roots and his impact on the city of Minneapolis. 

The Current/MPR
April 17, 2018

This book review of Crusade for Forgotten Souls, by Susan Bartlett Foote, mentions her book launch event at the Humphrey School on Tuesday, April 24. 

Star Tribune
April 17, 2018

Humphrey School alumna Acooa Ellis (MPP '07) has been named senior vice president of community impact for the Greater Twin Cities United Way. She will join the organization on May 21. Most recently, she served as director of social justice advocacy at Catholic Charities.

Insight News
April 17, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs participated in this roundtable discussion on the latest political news in Minnesota. 

KSTP
April 17, 2018

This editorial calling for more state funding of early childhood learning programs references Humphrey School Senior Fellow Art Rolnick and his research on the value of early childhood education. 

Star Tribune
April 16, 2018

This story used a database developed by Humphrey School researcher Adeel Lari and Associate Professor Jerry Zhao to examine transportation funding levels for central Minnesota. 

St. Cloud Times
April 14, 2018

This story on the number of women running for Congress in 2018 mentions research by the Humphrey School's Eric Ostermeier, who writes the Smart Politics blog. 

NPR
April 13, 2018

Senior Fellow Art Rolnick authored this commentary calling for the state Legislature and governor to dramatically increase funding for Early Learning Scholarships, to help low-income children access high-quality early learning programs.

Star Tribune
April 13, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments on the political ramifications in Minnesota of House Speaker Paul Ryan's decision not to seek re-election this fall. 

WCCO
April 11, 2018

Professor Robert Kudrle comments in this story looking at the consequences of President Trump's threatened trade war with China on candidates in Minnesota's congressional districts that would be most affected.  

MinnPost
April 11, 2018

In the wake of Republican Tim Pawlenty's decision to run for Minnesota governor again, Professor Larry Jacobs comments on how Republican candidates in that campaign, and others around the country, may be judged on their support for President Trump. 

Governing
April 11, 2018

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