Humphrey School faculty members Bonnie Keeler and Gabe Chan will co-lead an EPA-funded project to help rural, tribal, and underserved communities in six states access federal funding for energy and environmental improvement efforts.
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.”
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.
Humphrey School PhD candidate Rebecca Walker is lead author of the study, “Making the City of Lakes: Whiteness, Nature, and Urban Development in Minneapolis,” which was published recently in the Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
Professor Yingling Fan is co-leader of a $6 million grant project to address transportation insecurity, funded by the Federal Transit Administration. The Center for Transportation Studies is leading the research.
Professor Emerita Melissa Stone co-authored the paper, “Collaborative Architecture: Components, Relationships, and Implications for Partner Influence,” in the most recent issue of Perspectives on Public Management and Governance.