In the Media

Diplomat-in-Residence Mary Curtin was interviewed for this story in an Austrian daily newspaper, about relations between the United States and Poland. 

Der Standard, Austria
August 30, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs comments in this story about the resignation of former Minnesota Congressman Vin Weber from a prominent consulting firm.

Washington Post
August 30, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story outlining how states and localities can be successful launching pilot programs. 

Governing
August 28, 2019

The Humphrey School is mentioned in this profile of Andrew Dayton and his new foundation. 

Twin Cities Business
August 27, 2019

ECM Publishers, which operates several dozen weekly newspapers in the region, wrote in support of Senior Fellow Art Rolnick’s proposal for expanding early childhood education in Minnesota. 

ECM Publishers
August 25, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story looking at the changing political dynamics of voters in Greater Minnesota. 

The Economist
August 22, 2019

This story highlights research by Professor Jerry Zhao and his Institute for Urban and Regional Infrastructure Finance on city services and infrastructure in St. Paul.

Pioneer Press
August 21, 2019

The Humphrey School's ongoing equity and inclusion strategy is featured in this article calling for an update of graduate education to focus more on the value of diversity. 

Inside Higher Ed
August 20, 2019

Alumna Terri Thao (MPP '02) is one of the candidates running for St. Paul City Council in Ward 6. 

MinnPost
August 19, 2019

Professor Robert Kudrle is quoted in this story looking at how consumers are being affected by the ongoing trade war. 

Star Tribune
August 17, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story looking at female voters in Minnesota and their level of support for President Trump. 

CNN
August 15, 2019

This commentary is a response to a July 26 column authored by Professor Larry Jacobs, in which he argued the political divide is widening between the Twin Cities metro area and greater Minnesota.

Star Tribune
August 13, 2019

Coverage of one of the winning programs in the Humphrey School's State Government Innovation Awards. 

Red Lake Nation News
August 12, 2019

Senior Fellow Art Rolnick co-authored this commentary recounting the partnership between the University of Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, which laid the foundation for much of today’s economic discourse and policymaking. 

Star Tribune
August 10, 2019

Alumna Kathryn Hoffman (MPP '05) was quoted in this story on pending litigation against PolyMet Mining’s proposed new copper-nickel mine in northern Minnesota. Hoffman is CEO of the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy.

The Timberjay
August 8, 2019

The answer is more nuanced than a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ according to this Fact Checker column that quotes Professor Morris Kleiner. 

Washington Post
August 7, 2019

Professor Bob Kudrle comments in this story on the latest trade tensions between the Trump Administration and China. 

Star Tribune
August 7, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story about a misleading political mailing sent out by the Republican Party.

KSTP
August 1, 2019

This story highlights research by Professor Greg Lindsey that showed female bicyclists were far more likely to get crowded by vehicles on the road. 

StreetsBlog USA
August 1, 2019

In this commentary, alumnus Jacob Herbers (MS-STEP '19) argues against building any more fossil fuel infrastructure in Minnesota. 

Star Tribune
July 31, 2019

Alumnus Erin Garnaas-Holmes (MURP '14) is interviewed for this story about the water quality of rivers in the Washington DC area. He works for the Clean Water Fund.

NPR
July 31, 2019

Humphrey School student Krista Kaput (MPP '20) wrote this commentary on the politics of school choice. 

Washington Examiner
July 31, 2019

Professor Larry Jacobs analyzes the performance of Minnesota US Sen. Amy Klobuchar in the latest Democratic presidential candidate debate. 

WCCO TV
July 31, 2019

This story highlights research by Professor Greg Lindsey that showed female bicyclists were far more likely to get crowded by vehicles on the road. 

Bring Me The News
July 26, 2019

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