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Friedemann-Sánchez awarded Global Spotlight International Research Seed Grant

Greta Friedemann-Sanchez (MA '99) was recently awarded a Global Spotlight International Seed Grant for her team's project studying caregiving for older adults...

Lundquist travels to Africa with the Partnership for African Social Governance Research

Through the Hubert Project, the Humphrey School has embarked on an exciting 8-month partnership with the Partnership for African Social Governance Research,...

Mendis authors new book

Patrick Mendis (MA '84) has authored another book, Peaceful War. He is a distinguished senior fellow in the School of Public Policy...

Wu contributes to the Huffington Post

Brandon Wu (MPP '10) recently contributed to the Huffington Post with an article titled "Fighting for the Soul of Climate Finance". Brandon...

Roberts presents on Child Labor Regulations and the American Culture of Farm Work

Megan Roberts (MS-STEP '11) recently presented with Professor Deborah Levison on Child Labor Regulations and the American Culture of Farm Work. Roberts...

Sharrow presents dissertation research

Libby Sharrow (MPP '04), Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science, presented her dissertation research as part of The Gender, Sexuality,...

Gadwa Nicodemus co-authors chapter on creative placemaking

Anne Gadwa Nicodemus (MURP ' 07) recently gave two keynote presentations on creative placemaking in Louisiana. Humphrey School of Public Affairs Professor...

Mendis travels the world promoting his new book

Patrick Mendis (MA 1987) was recently on his second eight-nation Asian-Pacific book tour promoting, Commercial Providence: The Secret Destiny of the American...

Mendis Publishes "Commercial Providence: The Secret Destiny of the American Empire"

Dr. Patrick Mendis (MA '84) has published a book called Commercial Providence: The Secret Destiny of the American Empire. He asks the...

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