Coverage of Humphrey School alumnus Neeraj Mehta's recent hiring as the new director of learning for the McKnight Foundation. Since 2012, Mehta (MPP '04) has served as the director of community programs at the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA).
Humphrey School alumnus Jerome Segal (MPA '79), who is challenging US Senator Ben Cardin in Maryland's Democratic Party primary election in June, explains why he opposes the United States moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Columnist John Rash spoke to Anne-Marie Slaughter, keynote speaker at the Humphrey School's commencement ceremony, for his commentary comparing the political protests of 1968 with current times. Slaughter is president and CEO of the New America think tank.
Kate Cimino, assistant director of the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, is a guest on this podcast that examines how the United States might be different if it was founded today, rather than 250 years ago.
Humphrey School alumnus Patrick Mendis (MA '87), an expert on Sino-American relations, delivered several lectures during a month-long tour of Asia, including China, Indonesia, and his native Sri Lanka. Mendis is a researcher at Harvard University.
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.