In the Media

Humphrey School student Jacob Herbers (MS-STEP) is quoted in this story about the University of Minnesota's solar vehicle project. 

KTTC TV
May 26, 2018

This story on President Trump's decision to cancel his upcoming summit with North Korea features an interview with Sherry Gray, director of the Humphrey School's International Fellows and Scholars Program.

KARE
May 24, 2018

Coverage of Humphrey School alumnus Neeraj Mehta's recent hiring as the new director of learning for the McKnight Foundation. Since 2012, Mehta (MPP '04) has served as the director of community programs at the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA).

India West
May 24, 2018

A new working paper by Professor Morris Kleiner is mentioned in this daily economics column. 

Wall Street Journal
May 24, 2018

Debra Fitzpatrick, co-director of the Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy, is featured in this story examining bias against pregnant women and mothers in the workplace. 

KARE
May 23, 2018

A discussion at the Humphrey School, titled, 'Are the US and China Destined for War?', aired on MPR News Presents. The event featured national security expert Graham Allison and former Vice President Walter Mondale. Professor Larry Jacobs was the moderator. 

MPR News
May 22, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs participated in a roundtable discussion on the divisive nature of the legislative session, and how that might affect this fall's elections. 

KSTP
May 22, 2018

Researcher Eric Ostermeier is quoted in this article on the nearly record-breaking number of GOP candidates (seven) in the Idaho gubernatorial primary. 

Idaho Press-Tribune
May 21, 2018

Star Tribune columnist John Rash interviewed author Graham Allison, a national security expert and former director of Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, in advance of Allison's appearance at a Humphrey School event on Monday, May 21.

Star Tribune
May 18, 2018

Sherry Gray, director of the Humphrey School's International Fellows and Scholars Program, writes of the growing uncertainty in US-China relations, and how both countries can take steps to avoid a major conflict.  

MinnPost
May 18, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this article about a series of town hall forums held by U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis, where some constituents were denied tickets to the events. 

Southwest Media
May 18, 2018

Coverage of a recent discussion at the Humphrey School on the topic of sport as a catalyst for social change, featuring remarks by Richard Lapchick, founder and director of The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport. 

Minnesota Spokesman Recorder
May 17, 2018

Senior Fellow Art Rolnick was interviewed for this radio program on efforts to improve early childhood education in the Cleveland area. His interview begins at the 37-minute mark. 

Ideastream, Cleveland
May 17, 2018

Jerry Zhao, director of the Institute for Urban & Regional Infrastructure Finance, comments in this article on the need for more funding to address all the construction and maintenance needs for transportation and public works infrastructure throughout the country.

MinnPost
May 17, 2018

Coverage of Humphrey School alumnus Neeraj Mehta's recent hiring as the new director of learning for the McKnight Foundation. Since 2012, Mehta (MPP '04) has served as the director of community programs at the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA).

News India Times
May 16, 2018

This article looking at the impact of restrictions on refugee arrivals in the United States quotes Associate Professor Ryan Allen. 

Nonprofit Quarterly
May 15, 2018

Professor Robert Kudrle comments in this story about the impact of the Trump administration's China tariffs on Minnesota's medical technology industry. 

Star Tribune
May 15, 2018

Humphrey School alumnus Jerome Segal (MPA '79), who is challenging US Senator Ben Cardin in Maryland's Democratic Party primary election in June, explains why he opposes the United States moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. 

Arab Daily News
May 13, 2018

Professor James Ron co-authored this commentary making the case that foreign funding of NGOs should be encouraged in parts of the world where domestic support for such groups is lacking.

Lawfare
May 13, 2018

The Humphrey School's commencement ceremony was highlighted in this story about the job market for college graduates. Dean Laura Bloomberg and graduating student Comfort Dondo were featured. 

KARE
May 12, 2018

Humphrey School alumnus Patrick Mendis (MA '87), an expert on Sino-American relations, delivered several lectures during a month-long tour of Asia, including China, Indonesia, and his native Sri Lanka. Mendis is a researcher at Harvard University. 

Asian American Press
May 11, 2018

A profile of Richard Lapchick, the founder and director of The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport, based on his recent appearance at the Humphrey School. 

Minnesota Spokesman Recorder
May 11, 2018

This article on a proposal in Minneapolis to switch city elections to even years mentions research the Humphrey School is conducting on the topic. 

Southwest Journal
May 11, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article focusing on how health care reform is a high-profile issue in this campaign season, especially in Minnesota. 

Wall Street Journal
May 11, 2018

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