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    Hubert Project Overview

    This video provides you an overview of the Hubert Project
  • School Based Mental Health Delivery

    School Based Mental Health Delivery

    This curated case focuses on policy options to address children's mental health delivery...
  • Government Nonprofit Partnerships

    Government Nonprofit Partnerships

    This Hubert Video Brief debunks old conceptions of government & nonprofit partnerships and replaces them with a...
  • Worthington

    African American Leadership Forum

    The African American Leadership Forum (AALF) has sparked a new leadership movement...
The Hubert Project provides Public Affairs educators the opportunity to create and share multimedia learning materials, including short videos, cases, and simulations. Intended audiences include faculty and instructors teaching public policy, public administration, and nonprofit management, as well as nonprofit, government, and philanthropic consultants, and other leadership development trainers.
As an open source project, Hubert Project seeks to provide academic and practitioner participants access to high quality and easily utilized learning materials about a wide array of content related to public affairs. All multimedia Hubert videos and cases include supplementary discussion guides, teaching notes, and suggested uses for deployment. Formats are user-friendly and learner centered. Read More.
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  • Curated Case

    IRS Targeting of Conservative Groups

    This case concerns IRS (Internal Revenue Service) targeting of conservative organizations for special scrutiny. The curated materials include a timeline of the case, an audito...Learn more
  • Video Brief

    Spatial Thinking: US Local Government System

    This video brief provides an introduction to the application of spatial analysis to public affairs issues. This video presents it specifically as a tool to help untangle the...Learn more
  • E-Case

    Mission Convergence

    This e-case presents a critical question of how public policy innovation develops, adapts and survives in bureaucratic and political power structures in Delhi, India. Through...Learn more
  • E-Study

    Collective Impact

    This e-Study serves as a resource for the exploration and understanding of Collective Impact. On January 24, 2013, over 60 Minnesota philanthropists gathered at the Humphrey S...Learn more