Join Us November 12 at Fall Preview Day
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs wants to help you create change in our communities and around the world. Whether you hope to fix the United States’ immigration system, create better access to healthier food, bring education to every corner of the globe, or secure equal rights for all communities, the degrees at the Humphrey School will give you the skills you need to be a change maker.
If you are considering a graduate degree, please join us at Fall Preview Day. You'll have the opportunity to discover programs and coursework from the faculty themselves, hear personal anecdotes from current students, and learn about all the possibilities a degree from the Humphrey School can bring you from our alumni.
8:15 a.m. Registration & Optional Building Tours
9 a.m. Welcome
9:10 a.m. Alumni Keynote
Noel Nix (MURP '10), aide to Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter
9:30 a.m. Faculty Panel, moderated by Laura Bloomberg, associate dean
Ragui Assaad, professor (MDP)
Barbara Frey, director, Human Rights Program (MHR)
Stephen Kelley, senior fellow, (MS–STEP)
Deborah Levison, professor (MPP)
Greg Lindsey, professor (MURP)
10:30 a.m. Break
10:45 a.m. Student Panel, representing the following degree programs:
MDP, MHR, MPP, MS–STEP
11:15 a.m. Lunch Presentation: Admissions and Financial Aid
12:30 p.m. Closing
The dress code for the event is casual. We want you to be comfortable as you come and learn about the Humphrey School. For transportation, transit, and parking on our Locations & Directions page.