Agriculture and Environment

Architecture and Design

Expert Alert

Expert Alert: Finding the perfect winter coat

With weather cooling down significantly and annual sales like Black Friday and Cyber Monday approaching fast, many Minnesotans are in the market for a new, high quality winter coat. 

Arts and Humanities

Expert Alert

Best books to give for the holidays in 2022

If you plan to follow the “four-gift rule” this holiday season — something they want, something they need, something to wear and something to read — experts from the University of Minnesota Libraries can help you find a perfect present for that last category. 

Mike Lubke battles another man with swords
Feature

Man at arms

Alumnus turns his theater degree into a fight choreographer job.

A collage of 3 different outfits featuring MIss Minnesota Rachel Evangelisto
Feature

The changing face of Miss Minnesota

At about the same time she was accepted into law school, Rachel Evangelisto became the first Native American to win the Miss Minnesota pageant. She shares some of her experiences and her lofty plans for the future.

Business and Management

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Research Brief

How divorce impacts work

Based on two new studies, researchers say divorce can have both negative and positive outcomes in the workplace. 


 

Campus Affairs

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Feature

A leader once again

Tadd Johnson has more than three decades of leadership and service in Indian law, policy, and higher education. Johnson reflects on being named as the first Native American to serve on the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents. He was sworn in on September 9.

Education

Talking with U of M

Talking bullying in school with U of M

Marguerite Ohrtman, an associate professor in the College of Education and Human Development, shares her expert comment on how bullying affects students, and how schools can work to prevent during National Bullying Prevention Month.

Health

Law and Policy

Science and Technology

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News Release

Red-supergiant supernova images reveal secrets of an earlier universe

An international research team led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has measured the size of a star dating back more than 11 billion years ago using images that show the evolution of the star exploding and cooling. The research could help scientists learn more about the early universe.

Sports and Recreation

Story Archive

Resources for Journalists

The University Public Relations team for the Twin Cities campus is often the first call for journalists who seek help connecting to faculty experts or who wish to receive information about the University of Minnesota. From news releases to expert alerts to interviews on timely topics, University Public Relations provides the resources journalists need for their reporting in all areas of public interest.