Monday, October 17, 2016

Humphrey Faculty on Grand Challenges Research projects

Crossposted from Dean Eric P. Schwartz,  Fall Update to HHH: 

Congratulations to the following Humphrey faculty members who are leading or are involved in research teams recently awarded Grand Challenges Research Grants. A quick review of the full slate of successful projects illustrates that the fields of public affairs, policy and planning play an essential role in addressing every one of the grand challenge areas identified by the University; and that the Humphrey School has an exceptionally productive and collaborative faculty. Congratulations to --

Anu Ramaswami: Big Data Transparency in Global Food Supply; Sustaining Food Production, Health and the Environment

Jim Ron and Greta Friedemann-Sánchez: Human Rights Collaborative and Faculty-Student Human Rights laboratory to promote equitable civil society by creating bridges between the academic community to public policy and non-governmental actors.

Vanessa Laird, Kathy Quick, Guillermo Narvaez, Art Rolnick: The Shared Leadership Lab: Analyzing Success Factors from Hybrid Governance, Organizational, and Funding Models to Address Complex Societal Challenges.

Ragui Assaad and Yingling Fan: Assessing Interventions for Justice and Equity.
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