Robert Brehm

Robert Brehm is a Master of Public Health student at the University of Minnesota's School of Public Health and Associate Editor and a Columnist for Urbānitūs. He is a graduate of the Master of Global Policy Studies program at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He contributed to a 2019 book on Emerging Policy Practices in Latin America, writing a chapter on Prevalence and Burden of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders in Latin America. He holds a BA in History and Anthropology from Metropolitan State University of Denver.

A signpost called Trust at the crossroads of America’s diverging and evermore partisan pathways

Review: Trust – America’s Best Chance, by Pete Buttigieg, 2020, 215 pp., Liveright/Norton Endeavoring to read...

Election 2020: How disease, inequality and Democratic indifference played out in Austin

Synthesized below are brief clips from each participant in our discussion, which was originally...

Urbānitūs Roundtable Series – Episode #3 – Texas and the 2020 Election – December 11th, 2020

The 2020 election is nearly in the rearview mirror, but many questions about what...