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University of Minnesota
01/16/2017 at 16:03. Facebook
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The University's 36th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute will take place on Thursday, January 19, 2017, 6:00-7:30 PM at Ted Mann Concert Hall. Details at [ Diversity.umn.edu Link ].
University of Minnesota
01/15/2017 at 19:55. Facebook
Happy National Hat Day! If we had to vote for the coolest hats on campus... we think that the UMN Marching Band just might be #1 on the list!
University of Minnesota
01/14/2017 at 03:50. Facebook
Congratulations Goldy Gopher!!!
University of Minnesota
01/13/2017 at 21:10. Facebook
Through her work with the University of Minnesota's American Indian Student Cultural Center, student Raven Ziegler has made an impact on the lives of underrepresented high school students.

An activist and a scholar

University of Minnesota
01/12/2017 at 18:53. Facebook
The University of Minnesota Libraries' free online tool features everything from music to oral histories to photographs, maps, handwritten letters, and much more.

Umbra Search African American History makes Black History freely available

University of Minnesota
01/11/2017 at 16:44. Facebook
Visiting a pediatrician’s office, parents often see growth charts that mark physical milestones to show how their baby is developing. But there is no such chart for brain development. Jed Elison, assistant professor of child development, hopes to change that.

Charting the growing brain

Today's Twin Cities campus forecast = ❄ ❄ ❄ and more ❄ (But it sure is beautiful!)
Pothole season is approaching... but researchers at the Natural Resources Research Institute at the University of Minnesota Duluth are working on a quicker and more permanent fix to this issue. (Story via KARE 11)

UMD researchers tackle pothole problem

Learn why the Center for Spirituality & Healing - University of Minnesota is teaching health students how to cook, and how this knowledge can help them to be better health professionals.
University of Minnesota researchers are working on technology that could keep trauma patients alive long enough to receive treatment at a hospital, potentially saving tens of thousands of lives.

U of M Researchers Could Bring Life Saving Tool to First Responders Everywhere

Welcome to Minnesota, Coach Fleck!
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“My passion is for people—to ensure people are fed, and that they have access to clean water and education.”

An accountant who’s fighting global hunger

The workshop aims to help nurses with innovative ideas navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship. (Story via KSTP-TV)

U of M Workshop Encourages Medical Innovations through Nurses

The Forever Green Initiative is a University of Minnesota and USDA Agricultural Research Service program aimed at developing new crops to bolster the agricultural economy with sustainable—and commercially viable—products.

Forever Green Initiative takes root

Happy New Year to our UMN community!
After 75 years on our Minneapolis campus, the Bell Museum of Natural History will close Saturday. It will move to its new St. Paul home in 2018.

Bell Museum visitors take in final hours before its closing on Saturday

"Follow your dream. Follow passion. Don't be afraid to tell people what you like to do." - University of Minnesota College of Design alumnus Charlie Kirihara is living his dream as a footwear designer for adidas. (Story via KSTP-TV)

U of M Grad Makes Splash in NFL with Lavish Adidas Shoe Designs

Lydia—a senior in the UMN Department of Sociology's law, criminology, and deviance program—dreams of digging deeper into the ways race, gender and the legal system intersect.

Ethiopian student at University of Minnesota works to make the legal profession more diverse

#UMNdriven Student Spotlight: "My dad had cancer when I was little, so I watched how music helped him through his treatment. My grandmother also had Alzheimer's, and seeing how music helped with her memory was incredible. After graduation I would like to do music therapy with children with cancer, and also work with families dealing with the grief and diagnosis process." -- Jasmine M. ('17),...
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