Alumna Sanda Ojiambo (MA '97), an assistant secretary general of the United Nations, spoke about corporate responsibility and ...
An enthusiastic crowd of faculty, staff, family, and friends attended the ceremony at Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University ...
The hotly contested 2024 elections are a mere 6 months away with election administrators under the microscope more than ever. In this intense environment, what can and should local election officials ...
Stephen Hadley, former National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush, discusses China, Russia/Ukraine, and the Middle East in a conversation moderated by former Congressman Vin Weber and ...
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs will celebrate their class of 2024 on Saturday, May 11, 2024 at Ted Mann Hall. The ceremony begins at 4 pm CDT and is expected to conclude by 6 pm CDT with a ...
How do governments decide which public projects to fund? Which private projects to allow? How do these projects affect vulnerable people? Policy decisions like these have vast implications.
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs is collaborating to offer a new and innovative certificate in Sustainable Environmental, Social and Governance (SESG) Leadership — the University of Minnesota’s ...
When he was young, Harrison Maxwell didn't see himself as college material. He grew up in a low-income family that moved frequently around the western United States during his childhood. But Maxwell ...
Associate Professor Kathy Quick has been awarded the prestigious Gross Family Chair. Previously held by Professor Emerita Melissa Stone, this chair supports the Humphrey School’s program in nonprofit ...
Kristin Sako is a Master of Science in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy student at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Photo: Bruce Silcox Kristin Sako had a number of experiences ...