This story examining the impact of providing free mass transit services to women in Delhi, India, mentions a study by Professor Yingling Fan that shows women make comparatively more trips per day apart from work, to run errands and other small jobs.
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 University of Minnesota's budget proposal and tuition increase.
In response to President Trump's declared willingness to accept help from a foreign government in an election, Humphrey School Professor Larry Jacobs was quoted in this story saying that idea “is absolutely unprecedented.”
Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story on how former Minnesota U.S. Sen. Al Franken is back in the political spotlight as Democratic presidential hopefuls grapple with his place in the movement against sexual harassment.
In this commentary, Mitch Pearlstein of the Center of the American Experiment discusses the strong bias on behalf of four-year degrees in the United States. He mentions a report on the subject co-authored by Gwendolyn Freed, Humphrey School's director of development.
In this commentary, Humphrey School alumnus Tane Danger (MPP '16) suggests the public would feel more connected to and invested in the work of our state government if the legislative process was more transparent.
Professor Ed Goetz comments on a bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota's 5th District, which would use tax credits to incentivize owners of mobile home communities to sell their property to residents.