In the Media

Frank Douma, director of the Humphrey School's State and Local Policy Institute, discusses the risks of using self-driving vehicles. 

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
July 5, 2016

In this commentary, Professor Larry Jacobs and Humphrey School Advisory Council member Vin Weber argue that Donald Trump is evidence of the cost of weak political parties.

Star Tribune
July 2, 2016

Research conducted by Yingling Fan and Andrew Guthrie focuses on the transit gap between where workers live and where job openings are. 

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
July 1, 2016

A report by Katherine Fennelly, Humphrey School professor emerita, on the economic benefits of immigration is cited by the Star Tribune in its editorial calling for immigration reform. 

Star Tribune
July 1, 2016

Frank Douma, director of the School's State and Local Policy Program, discusses research into telecommuting patterns in Minnesota. 

Star Tribune
June 27, 2016

Humphrey School professor Larry Jacobs helps answer this question during a segment on WCCO TV. 

June 23, 2016

Humphrey School’s Joe Soss is quoted in the article, which examines presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s position on welfare reform over the past two decades.  


June 22, 2016

More states are adding licensing requirements for a wide variety of jobs, meaning expensive education, and costly fees for workers. Professor Morris Kleiner talks about the trend.


New York Times
June 22, 2016

Humphrey School Diplomat in Residence Mary Curtin discussed the upcoming vote in the United Kingdom on whether to leave the European Union.


June 22, 2016

Humphrey School Diplomat-in-Residence Mary Curtin discusses the foreign policy challenges that will likely face the next president.

MPR News
June 10, 2016

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright joined other dignitaries at the 14th annual Hubert H. Humphrey Public Leadership Awards, hosted by the Humphrey School to honor five public leaders for their role in helping to build hope and opportunity for future generations. 

June 7, 2016

Roger Parkinson, a member of the Humphrey School Dean's Advisory Council, argues in favor of a revenue-neutral carbon fee in this commentary. 

Star Tribune
June 3, 2016

Dean Eric Schwartz discusses Turkish/EU relations in light of the refugee crisis in this audio segment.

May 4, 2016

Professor Larry Jacobs discusses Federal Reserve power in his new book, "Fed Powers: How Finance Wins."

Market Watch
April 27, 2016

Professor Morris Kleiner is quoted on the topic of licensing compacts in the nursing field in this discussion of licensing in the digital age.

Wall Street Journal
April 26, 2016

Professor Morris Kleiner discusses various aspects of licensing and what new licensing requirements would mean for Minnesota.

Star Tribune
April 25, 2016

Associate professor James Ron contributes to the discussion on NGOs and their political role.

April 25, 2016

Professor Larry Jacobs remarks, "This is a big deal" on the topic of this upcoming run for this congressional seat for Minnesota.

CBS Minnesota
April 19, 2016

Professor Larry Jacobs conducted an analysis to see how people's opinions about the Affordable Care Act have changed. The results are documented in this article.

Benefits Pro
April 19, 2016

The Humphrey School is pleased to host this Somali-American art exhibition featuring visual storytellers Muna Malik and Khadija Charif.

April 19, 2016

Current Student Aaliyah Hodge (MPP '16) comments on the lack of available information about PSEO and various resources to be used in this program to gain college credit while still in high school.

April 18, 2016

Professor Larry Jacobs and Former Vice President Walter Mondale are quoted in this editorial about the 1968 "Cinema of Urgency" series documentary, "Best of Enemies."

Star Tribune
April 15, 2016

Professor and author of "New Deal Ruins: Race, Economic Justice, and Public Housing Policy" Ed Goetz is quoted on the history of city projects in this feature news story.

BBC News
April 14, 2016

Professor Larry Jacobs gives expert statistical analysis on the public perception of the Affordable Care Act from new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation. 

Washington Post
April 13, 2016