For Iryna Drobovych, spending this year as an international fellow at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs is an opportunity to learn new skills and advance her career. But she also has one eye on her home country of Ukraine.
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Humphrey School alum "Mavic" Punay has built a career consulting for social enterprise nonprofits supporting at-risk youth in the Philippines, including Consuelo Foundation and Save the Children Philippines.
Hortense Minishi has always dreamed of making the world a better place. Early in life, she set a goal of working at the United Nations to promote peace.
In a recent report, University of Minnesota researchers and colleagues provide an example of how community-based research collaborations can utilize embedded networks to develop adaptive responses to unexpected public health threats.
Meet the Mandela Washington Fellows: Ester Nanyanga Kayala Ensures a Future For Humans, Animals Alike
Ester Nanyanga Kayala is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. She is an advocate for conservation efforts as a park warden in the Namib Naukluft National Park.
Ibrahima Ngom is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. Ibrahima provided technical input on the African Union Commission's climate change and energy justice strategy.
Naggita “Maya” Mayimuna is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. Maya is the founder of the nonprofit Women and Youth Platform for Action and a councilwoman for her local municipality in Uganda.
The University of Minnesota will host 24 Fellows from 15 countries in Africa for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and hosted by College of Education and Human Development in partnership with the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
International Students Named Recipients of the 2022 Mestenhauser Awards for Excellence in Campus Internationalization
Three Twin Cities campus students recently received the University’s Josef Mestenhauser Student Award for Excellence in Campus Internationalization for their outstanding contributions to international education.
Kamila Rollan, now a third-year PhD student at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, was a 2017 fellow in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Anniversary Inclusive Education Fellowship Program.