View news from the Humphrey School by topic area:

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Data-driven optimism for global rights activists

openGlobalRights, a multilingual, online forum for debating human rights efforts worldwide, launches a short series of articles on public opinion and human rights. Humphrey School Associate Professor James Ron collaborated with colleagues for this first piece about data-driven optimism for global rights activists.
Read it online.

Friday, June 26, 2015

This summer, give a kid a job

Professor Deborah Levison writes a commentary featured in the Star Tribune.
Read PDF. 

Minnesota's generally scandal-free government just lost a weapon in the state auditor

Both Larry Jacobs and David Schultz comment in this Star Tribune article.
Read PDF.

How Minnesota would benefit — and how it would suffer — if Congress approves the Trans-Pacific Partnership


Robert Kudrle gives his international trade expert opinion on the new Trans-Pacific Partnership, citing numerous reason of how it would greatly benefit the state of Minnesota.
Read PDF.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Dean Eric Schwartz Appointed as Vice-Chair for USCIRF


The Humphrey School would like to publicly recognize Dean Eric Schwartz for his appointment to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom for 2015. He will serve alongside Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser as Vice Chair to Chairman Dr. Robert P. George. He was first appointed to the commission by President Obama in April 2013 and was reappointed in 2014. 
Read more.

Why is Minnesota's congressional delegation so focused on Cuba?

Dean Eric Schwarz sheds some light onto the reasons why Minnesota legislators have been so active on Cuba politics in MinnPost.
Read PDF.

FCC eyes subsidies for low-income Americans' broadband

Alumna Bernadine Jocelyn (MPA '01) is quoted in a Marketplace.org article on the topic of accessible internet for low-income Americans.
Read PDF.
© 2015 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Privacy Statement