MPR News Presents aired a Humphrey School event featuring Doug Chapin, director of the School's Program for Excellence in Election Administration, about the security risks to the country's election systems. Professor Larry Jacobs was the moderator.
This article on how higher tolls are being seen as a way to address traffic congestion quotes Humphrey School researcher Matt Schmit, who studied congestion issues on Interstate 405 in the Seattle area.
Senior Fellow Art Rolnick co-authored this article in the current issue of Metro Doctors, a publication of the Twin Cities Medical Society, on the importance of early childhood education. His article begins on page 11.
This story looking at the impact of raising the minimum wage in Minneapolis and St. Paul mentions a study conducted by the Humphrey School's Roy Wilkins Center for Human Relations and Social Justice on that topic for the city of Minneapolis.
Professor Larry Jacobs is featured on a recent episode of the "No Jargon" podcast from the Scholars Strategy Network, where he discusses the lack of checks and balances on the president when it comes to foreign affairs.
Sherry Gray, director of international programs at the Humphrey School, is quoted in this editorial examining the potential outcomes of North Korea's recent overtures to South Korea and the United States.