In the Media

This story features the Humphrey School Garden, which was designed by Siah Armajani in 1987. A retrospective of Armajani’s work is on exhibit at the Walker Art Center.

Star Tribune
October 26, 2018

Coverage of a Humphrey School event featuring foreign policy expert Jake Sullivan and former Vice President Walter Mondale, discussing President Trump's approach to international relations. Professor Larry Jacobs moderated the discussion.

KMSP
October 25, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story previewing President Trump's rally in support of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's re-election bid. 

WCCO TV
October 24, 2018

Professor Robert Kudrle is quoted in this story examining the impact of President Trump's tariffs on foreign goods. 

Politico Pro
October 24, 2018

Frank Douma of the State and Local Policy Program comments in this story about Hourcar's movement toward a fleet of all electric vehicles. 

Star Tribune
October 23, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is a guest on this radio program discussing the contentious race for the Minnesota attorney general's office. 

MPR News
October 23, 2018

Columnist Lee Schafer writes about Humphrey School Senior Fellow Art Rolnick's research on the economic benefits of publicly funded early childhood education.  

Star Tribune
October 22, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story examining the accuracy and reliability of political polling. 

KARE
October 22, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story on how much influence President Trump's recent visits to Minnesota might have on the midterm elections. 

WCCO TV
October 22, 2018

A profile of John House of Melby, Minnesota, who painted a portrait of civil rights leader Josie Johnson that was unveiled at a recent Humphrey School event in her honor. 

Alexandria Echo Press
October 20, 2018

Dean Laura Bloomberg wrote this commentary announcing the establishment of a new fellowship in honor of longtime civil rights activist Josie Johnson.

MinnPost
October 19, 2018

Humphrey School MS–STEP student Elizabeth Arnold wrote this op-ed expressing her concern over the long-term consequences of fracking in her home state of Pennsylvania. 

Philadelphia Inquirer
October 19, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story about candidates' claims about health care coverage in their campaign ads. 

MinnPost
October 19, 2018

A profile of John House of Melby, Minnesota, who painted a portrait of civil rights leader Josie Johnson that was unveiled at a recent Humphrey School event in her honor. 

Fergus Falls Journal
October 19, 2018

Professor Anu Ramaswami comments in this story on her recent research into whether local food production can meet local demand.

MN Daily
October 18, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story looking at the national attention being given to several Minnesota races in the upcoming midterm election. 

KMSP
October 18, 2018

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story on whether young voters will show up in greater numbers at the polls for this year's midterm elections. 

Rochester Post Bulletin
October 17, 2018

Coverage of a Humphrey School event honoring Minnesota civil rights leader Josie Johnson and announcing the launch of a fellowship in her name. 

MPR News
October 16, 2018

Coverage of a Humphrey School event honoring Minnesota civil rights leader Josie Johnson and announcing the launch of a fellowship in her name. 

Star Tribune
October 16, 2018

Coverage of a Humphrey School event honoring Minnesota civil rights leader Josie Johnson and announcing the launch of a fellowship in her name. 

Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
October 16, 2018

This story on the Bhutan community in Minnesota mentions the Humphrey School. 

MinnPost
October 16, 2018

This story features the Humphrey School's Certificate in Election Administration program for election officials around the country. Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted, along with Heather Heyer, a graduate of the program. Its director, Lea Chittenden, is mentioned. 

St. Paul Pioneer Press
October 15, 2018

Coverage of a Humphrey School event honoring Minnesota civil rights leader Josie Johnson and announcing the launch of a fellowship in her name. 

WCCO TV
October 15, 2018

In this commentary, adjunct instructor Harry Boyte argues for a new nonviolent movement to address issues such as sexual assault, racial conflict, and polarization.

MinnPost
October 15, 2018

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