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Thinking through the dirt

A student works on a dig at Fort Snelling.

U of M anthropology professor Katherine Hayes and her students are unearthing a fuller story of Fort Snelling.

To break down stereotypes about librarians

André  Nault

André Nault is not only a U librarian, he’s also an adjunct professor and an advocate for reducing students’ debt.

U of M hosts summit to improve student success with open textbooks

Students studying

Participating institutions have saved students over $3.1 million since 2012 inception 

Inspiring young women

Holly McKissick

Holly McKissick knows firsthand the importance of female engineering role models.

Tuition relief for middle-class families

Students walk along Northrop Mall.

The U is stepping up efforts to increase financial aid for students of middle-class families.

Shaping Tomorrow: Kat Albrecht

Kat Albrecht

2016 graduates talk about how they plan to use their knowledge to better our future

Shaping Tomorrow: Evelina Knodel

Evelina Knodel

2016 graduates talk about how they plan to use their knowledge to better our future

Shaping Tomorrow: John O'Leary

John O'Leary

2016 graduates talk about how they plan to use their knowledge to better our future.

Shaping Tomorrow: Julie Vang

Julie Vang

2016 graduates talk about how they plan to use their knowledge to better our future.

Shaping Tomorrow: Kyle Armstrong

Kyle Armstrong

2016 graduates talk about how they plan to use their knowledge to better our future.

Shaping Tomorrow: Adura Lasode

Adura Lasode

2016 graduate Adura Lasode talks about how she plans to use her knowledge to better our future

High Honor for Young Chemist

A drop of liquid hangs from the tip of a glass pipette over an assembly of test tubes.

Erin Carlson, an associate professor of chemistry, has received the federal government’s highest award for science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their careers.

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