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Research Brief: Do images of the brain make us more likely to believe what we read?

Image of brain scans.

A new study shows the impact of extraneous brain images and  descriptions of neuroscience findings on news readers.

Expert Alert: Screen time and the impact on families

Jodi Dworkin

CEHD Professor Jodi Dworkin researches how technology impacts the family and offers insight.

A vision for veterinary education

Michael Congiusta and a dog

A U veterinary student is helping fellow students through his practical invention.

Mentoring for the future

Mohamed Addani.

U of M Rochester student Mohamed Addani is introducing Somali youth to inspiring career opportunities.

Bell Museum’s new planetarium brings the universe home

Bell planetarium interior

Virtual journeys through the stars or along any other path traced by science are reality at the new Bell.

‘Terrifying, difficult, and thrilling’

Manju Connolly.

Manju Connolly reflects on her first year of teaching math.

10 students and alumni receive Fulbright Awards

UMN seniors and recent graduates have been offered grants to study and teach abroad during the 2018-19 academic year.

Research finds early childhood program linked to degree completion at age 35

Teacher working with kids

30-year follow-up study of Chicago graduates shows increased postsecondary attainment.

Hidden in plain sight

Kevin Ehrman-Solberg

A student’s understanding of his city changes after a research project uncovers a history of structural racism.

Vital years

Elderly female hands folded on lap.

An innovative approach to healthy aging focuses on an older person’s strengths in their environment.

“Just like you need water, you need education”

troy wildenberg, maryan garane, and sonia paredes

First-generation students talk about their experiences with higher education.

The power to make change

Malik Day

Malik Day believes higher education has given him the opportunity to realize his dreams.

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