Associate Professor Audrey Dorélien is a member of the University of Minnesota’s research team that was awarded $17.5 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help establish an outbreak response network during public health emergencies.
A new paper by Professor Ragui Assaad, "School-to-Work Transitions for Egypt's Youth," published in Open Access Government, examines the structural reforms in Egypt that have made the school-to-work transition for Egyptian youth more difficult and less equal.
Professor Ragui Assaad has been awarded a mini grant from the University of Minnesota's Human Rights Initiative to support his research project, “Land Rights as Human Rights: Struggles and Resistance of Landless Dalits in India.”
Professor and Associate Dean Ryan Allen and PhD candidate Kimberly Horner co-authored a paper, “Penalties and payoffs: The short‐term economic consequences of human capital acquisition for resettled refugees in the United States,” published in International Migration.
A research and advocacy campaign to address intimate partner violence in Colombia, led by Associate Professor Greta Friedemann-Sánchez, has been recognized by the University of Minnesota's Innovation Impact Case Awards.