In the Media

Professor Joe Soss is quoted on the cycle of inequality in the South.

The Washington Post
December 28, 2015

Professor Barbara Crosby is quoted on the topic of Minnesota's homelessness.

Christian Science Monitor
December 21, 2015

Eric Ostermeier, political science researcher at the Humphrey School  is quoted on the Democratic party plight in South Dakota and how it might be gaining ground this election cycle.

Argus Leader
December 19, 2015

Professor Judy Temple publishes a commentary about the stall of the Performance Act of 2011 and how Minnesota's social impact bond initiative compares to other states.

MinnPost
December 18, 2015

Research fellow Andrew Guthrie is quoted on the future impact of the A line in St. Paul.

Finance & Commerce
December 17, 2015

They Humphrey School recognizes local government and community leaders who are using innovative ideas to address the problems facing our communities.

Minnesota Daily
December 15, 2015

Humphrey student Tane Danger (MPP '16) pens an article about why Minnesotans are supporting a Cuban embargo lift, and what it would mean for Minnesota.

MinnPost
December 14, 2015

Associate Dean Laura Bloomberg is quoted on the topic of open enrollment, discussing the positives and negatives of attending schools of choice.

SC Times
December 13, 2015

Professor Anu Ramaswami discusses the benefit of comparing cities through different segments to evaluate efficiency ans sustainability.

New York Times
December 8, 2015

Dean Eric Schwartz joins a panel of distinguished defense, diplomacy, and intelligence leaders at the Wilson Center in Washington D.C. to discuss national security and climate change.

New Security Beat
December 8, 2015

Professor Anu Ramaswami discusses why choosing cellulosic ethanol is more desirable and more sustainable than regular biofuel.

MinnPost
December 4, 2015

Merrie Benasutti, associate director of the Center for Integrative Leadership, discusses the global immersion course that is being offered this January. This course gives undergraduate students at the University of Minnesota the opportunity to study Cedar-Riverside's residents, culture and neighborhood issues. 

Minnesota Daily
December 3, 2015

Research and work from the Humphrey School is contributing to the decrease in number of homeless people statewide since 2014, according to analysts.

Minnesota Daily
December 2, 2015

Professor Larry Jacobs joins Kerri Miller in discussing the public's eroding trust in government.

Minnesota Public Radio
December 2, 2015

Rochester Public Library's pedal-powered mobile library initiative has earned the library a $5,000 grant and a Local Government Innovation Award from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Post Bulletin
December 1, 2015

Senior fellow Jay Kiedrowski is quoted on the topic of this years' LGIA award recipients.

Brainerd Dispatch
December 1, 2015

Senior researcher Frank Douma finds it difficult to predict implications of new transportation on people's travel patterns in the city.

Star Tribune
November 30, 2015

Dean Eric Schwartz discusses misconceptions in the refugee resettlement process and the necessity for federal officials to step up assistance in times of difficulty on a panel organized by U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison.  

MinnPost
November 25, 2015

Professor Larry Jacobs weighs in on a story about criticism of Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges' handling of protests and need for public safety in North Minneapolis. 

KSTP-TV
November 24, 2015

Professor Larry Jacobs discusses Mayor Betsy Hodges’ difficult position in supporting and maintaining the peace in the Black Lives Matter movement.

KSTP
November 23, 2015

Director of International Programs Sherry Gray is quoted on the topic of U.S. foreign affairs in Asia.

Star Tribune
November 21, 2015

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship alumna Gladys Hlatywayo talks about the impact of an international education and her experience studying at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

The Zimbabwean
November 20, 2015

Dean Eric Schwartz discusses Syrian refugees before Congress in the U.S. Senate Committee "Impact of ISIS on the Homeland and Refugee Resettlement." 

Fox 9 News
November 19, 2015

Dean Eric Schwartz is quoted on the topic of Syrian refugee resettlement. Eric is the former U.S. assistant secretary of state for population, refugees and migration, and insists that safety checks and adequate screening processes are possible for incoming refugees. 

Huffington Post
November 19, 2015

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