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Bold minds don't wait.
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Safety Is Our Top Priority

We're welcoming students back to campus with a focus on health and safety—in classrooms, residence halls, and other campus spaces. Together we will reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Jackie Callaway-Campbell

“My classmates became my support system. Times where I may have fallen or slipped through the cracks they have been there….I have a community here.”

Jackie Callaway-Campbell ’20

dental hygiene/dental therapy

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Meet Our #UMNproud Community

At #UMN, we celebrate success—from the everyday to the extraordinary. Here, you’ll discover your people, begin new adventures, explore fascinating ideas, and find your inspiration. Follow us on Instagram to see what it means to be #UMNproud.

students producing n95 masks

“I felt like getting involved [producing face masks for hospitals] would be a real, tangible thing I could do to help.”

Ann Marie Mitchell ’20

product design

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a drawing of Brad and Lucy as super heroes

Can clothing change the world?

A uniquely balanced lab at the University of Minnesota offers a glimpse of the rapidly growing field of wearable technology.

A young woman with an M stocking cap holds up her saliva sample.

U of M offers mass testing for COVID-19

The University of Minnesota is offering a free two-day saliva-testing event for the U of M Twin Cities community November 16 and 17 at the Field House in Minneapolis.

A health care worker uses a stethoscope on a Black baby.

Uncovering a dramatic disparity

A research study found that the in-hospital death rate of Black newborns is a third lower when they are cared for by Black physicians rather than white physicians.