Non-traditional student Edward Presley is using his life experience to help others succeed.
Vanessa Goodthunder’s new phone app could renew the Dakota language.
Jake Maxon’s vision for HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention could become a model for counties across the nation.
Driven in part by a memory from her youth, Shantal Pai has dedicated herself to alleviating hunger.
Marin Phelps became the U of M’s first student to graduate with a master’s degree in human rights—a joint program of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and the College of Liberal Arts.
Due to popular demand, there will no longer be a summer break for PAWS (Pet Away Worry and Stress)—the popular program aimed at reducing stress for the U of M community.
Sarah Schulz brings a different perspective to an industry dominated by men.
U students create handmade prints to explore the vibrant urban neighborhood.
The mentor program at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs has grown into one of the most distinctive in the country.
High school students interested in medicine get coaching from U of M medical students.
Former Gopher football star Marion Barber Jr. came back to the U in 2015. In May, at the age of 57, he received his bachelor’s degree in youth studies.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences has selected two U of M students to receive Hollings Scholarships.