In the Media

Dean Laura Bloomberg and Barbara Frey, director of the Human Rights Program in the College of Liberal Arts, co-wrote this commentary on the importance of human rights scholarship and the University's Master of Human Rights degree program. 

Inside Higher Ed
August 14, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story on the potential impact of misconduct allegations against gubernatorial candidate Lori Swanson and attorney general candidate Keith Ellison that were made public just days before the primary election. 

KARE
August 14, 2018

Coverage of a forum for 5th Congressional District candidates, hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.

MPR News
August 13, 2018

Coverage of a forum for 5th Congressional District candidates, hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.

WCCO TV
August 13, 2018

Coverage of a 5th Congressional District candidate forum, hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.

MN Daily
August 13, 2018

Coverage of a 5th Congressional District candidate forum, hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.

KMSP
August 13, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story on the potential impact of domestic abuse allegations against attorney general candidate Keith Ellison, made public just days before the primary election. 

WCCO TV
August 13, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story on the potential impact of domestic abuse allegations against attorney general candidate Keith Ellison, made public just days before the primary election. 

Roll Call
August 13, 2018

Coverage of a forum for 5th Congressional District candidates, hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.

Roll Call
August 13, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is a guest on this radio program, discussing Minnesota politics in advance of the August 14 primary election. His interview begins at the 57:04 mark.

WDAY
August 13, 2018

Doug Chapin, director of the Election Academy, comments in this article noting that more public employees are running for public office. 

Governing
August 13, 2018

The answer is ‘no,’ according to Professor Joe Soss and the co-authors of this commentary. 

Washington Post
August 13, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story on how President Trump's reputation has been affected one year after the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

NPR
August 11, 2018

Researcher Eric Ostermeier is mentioned in this story about the tight race in the Republican primary for governor in Kansas. 

Kansas City Star
August 10, 2018

The Star Tribune's editorial board endorsed Margaret Anderson Kelliher, an affiliate faculty member of the Humphrey School, in the DFL primary race for the 5th Congressional District. 

Star Tribune
August 10, 2018

Cherrene Horazuk, an administrative assistant at the Humphrey School and president of AFSCME Local 3800, the University's clerical workers union, comments in this story on the search process for a new University of Minnesota president. 

MPR News
August 10, 2018

A remembrance of Arvonne Fraser, senior fellow emerita and co-founder of the Humphrey School's Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy. 

New York Times
August 10, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story on the candidates running in the 5th Congressional District primary in Minnesota. 

The Intercept
August 10, 2018

A tribute to Arvonne Fraser, who died this week at age 92. She was senior fellow emerita at the Humphrey School and co-founder of the School's Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy. 

MinnPost
August 9, 2018

Research by Frank Douma, director of the State and Local Policy Program, is mentioned in this column on the decline of carpooling in the Twin Cities metro area. 

MPR News
August 9, 2018

A remembrance of Arvonne Fraser, senior fellow emerita and co-founder of the Humphrey School's Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy. 

Star Tribune
August 8, 2018

Frank Douma, director of the State and Local Policy Program, explains his research into potential future uses of three publicly owned parking ramps in downtown Minneapolis. 

Star Tribune
August 8, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story previewing the August 14 primary election in Minnesota. 

KARE
August 8, 2018

Frank Douma of the State and Local Policy Program recently spoke to the White Bear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce about autonomous vehicles and the feasibility of driverless taxi service in the city's downtown.

White Bear Press
August 8, 2018

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