Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, a senior fellow in the Humphrey School's global policy area, appeared before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee in April to discuss her nomination for a post in the State Department.
Professor Emeritus John Bryson is the winner of this year’s International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Routledge Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions to public management research.
The book, "Children and Youth as Subjects, Objects, Agents: Innovative Approaches to Research Across Space and Time," showcases innovative approaches to the interdisciplinary field of childhood and youth studies.
Assistant Professor Bonnie Keeler is co-author of a new policy forum article in Science, "A water rule that turns a blind eye to transboundary pollution," which focuses on assumptions of federalism in environmental regulation.
Assistant Professor Yuan (Daniel) Cheng recently published this field report on how nonlocal grassroots organizations provided effective and quick responses during the initial stage of the COVID‐19 outbreak in Wuhan, China, and surrounding regions.