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.
A report by Professor Emeritus John Bryson, laying out a new strategy management approach to address major public policy challenges, has been published by the IBM Center for the Business of Government.
Associate Dean Abimbola Asojo has received a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for her project, “Using Cross-Cultural Fractals to Promote Design and Math Careers for BIPOC Youth in Minnesota.”
How can government rebuild trust with nonprofits serving historically marginalized communities?
Assistant Professor Daniel Cheng co-authored a new paper on the subject: "Trust, Power, and Organizational Routines: Exploring Government's Intentional Tactics to Renew Relationships with Nonprofits Serving Historically Marginalized Communities."
Diana Quintero, visiting human rights engaged scholar, recently published a paper entitled “Transformative and Emancipatory Function of Comprehensive Reparations," which addresses the right to reparation for the victims of human rights violations.
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.
A study led by the Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy finds that low-wage healthcare workers are leaving the profession at higher rates than before the pandemic, resulting in labor shortages and heavy workloads that are affecting the quality of care.