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From battlefield to business

Katie Robertson.

The U of M’s Carlson School supports veterans with $10 million in scholarships.

An 'unreal dream' becomes reality

Jason Jones.

Persistence and a McNair Scholarship helped Jason Jones overcome life’s obstacles to achieve his childhood dream.

U of M study affirms new strategies for reducing achievement gap

Students raising their hands

The Child-Parent Center program led to literacy gains in St. Paul Public schools.

U of M awarded nearly $4M for retention of underrepresented STEM students

A student describes his research at a poster session

Goal is to increase the number of students of color and American Indian students pursuing STEM

U of M Twin Cities joins American Talent Initiative

U joins national effort to expand access and opportunity for 50,000 talented low- and moderate-income students

University of Minnesota announces scholarship program with Raise.Me

Students at select high schools in MN have a new opportunity to earn “micro-scholarships” to the Twin Cities campus.

Closing Minnesota’s opportunity gap

empty chairs in a classroom

U of M experts are discovering solutions to disparities among students of different races and ethnicities in Minnesota.

Seeking educational equity

People at the Educational equity meeting

The U of M is working with educators so that all students have the right opportunity to learn.

Autism expertise leads to earlier diagnosis

Jed Elison and Jason Wolfe

From large prevalence studies to brain imaging, the U of M is investigating the best ways to help children with autism

How a child’s mind works

A smiling child with researchers

The discovery of how children learn languages can help ensure that all children succeed.

Discovering the secrets inside a baby’s brain

baby graphic

Brain scan research promises new insights on child development.

Measuring what matters

Stephanie Carlson and Phil Zelazo

Start-up Reflection Sciences is closing the opportunity gap by putting a simple tool in the hands of teachers.