Dean Nisha Botchwey co-authored the introduction to a special issue of the Journal of the American Planning Association, “Community Design and Revitalization to Promote Health: The Track Record After 20 Years.”
Associate Professors Yuan (Daniel) Cheng and Audrey Dorélien are recipients of the University of Minnesota's 2023 McKnight Presidential Fellowship, a three-year award given to the most promising individuals who have been granted both tenure and promotion to associate professor in an academic year.
In a recent report in the Journal of Global Health Reports, researchers from the Humphrey School's Master of Development Practice program and other University of Minnesota departments provide an example of how a community-based research collaboration used embedded networks to adapt their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research scientist Angie Fertig is part of a new $3.25 million research project to measure the impact of structural racism and discrimination (SRD) on the health and emotional well-being of individuals across the life course.
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.