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UMN Expert: E-cigarette use among youth

Sherri Katz

Sherri Jean Katz weighs in on youth’s use of e-cigarettes and health messaging surrounding them.


UMN Expert: News in the age of social media

Benjamin Toff (left) and Panayiota Kendeou (right)

Experts Benjamin Toff and Panayiota Kendeou weigh in on news in the age of social media.


Research Brief: Roles of web analytics companies in news production


New U of M research examines how managers for analytics companies position their work in relation to news production.


Photo exhibition of never-before-seen works kicks off U of M’s College of Liberal Arts’ 150th anniversary celebration

Photo Gallery

Exhibit opens Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at the Nash Gallery.

UMN Expert: Aging U.S. population puts focus on family care

Joseph Gaugler (left) and Kenneth Doyle (right)

U of M experts Joseph Gaugler and Kenneth Doyle weigh in on the implications of the shift to family care.


Mellon Foundation awards U of M Department of History with grant to advance education

Earl Lewis

Gift honors U of M Ph.D. graduate and Mellon Foundation President Earl Lewis upon retirement.


UMN Expert: The future of net neutrality following the Senate’s vote

Christopher Terry

Christopher Terry, of the Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication, weighs in on the future of net neutrali

U of M Professor Erika Lee named distinguished Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Erika Lee

Lee plans to publish book exploring the history of xenophobia in the U.S.

Honing his craft

James Cho

With his major in high demand, a U of M student lands his dream internship with Tesla.

UMN Experts: Immigration policy, history, impact

UMN Immigration Experts

U of M experts Marissa Hill-Dongre, Erika Lee and Deepinder Mayell bring context to the immigration debates.

‘Pride of Minnesota’ shines

Members of the University of Minnesota Marching Band exult.

For 300-plus students in the University of Minnesota Marching Band, it was a rare chance to perform on the biggest of stages.

Helping aging citizens stay safe in winter

A wintry scene in a neighborhood

Research on harsh weather reveals positive aspects for our oldest citizens.