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UMN ecologist David Tilman elected to Royal Society of London

Tilman

Regents Professor Tilman honored for seminal work in understanding the importance of biodiversity.

 

A scribe for justice

Workers in field.

Roy Guzmán writes to bring to life the conditions endured by migrant farm workers.

War’s violence comes home

Hands holding model of home.

As Colombia moves to end 60 years of civil war, peace is no closer for many women.

U of M Board of Regents to focus on land-grant mission

University seal

Draft system-wide strategic plan is set for review by Board of Regents.

Draft system-wide strategic plan set for review

New thin transparent film could improve electronics and solar cells

transparent electrionics

Conductivity is highest-ever for thin film oxide semiconductor material

Gophers continue to excel in NCAA’s APR awards

An M flag waving in the wind

NCAA announced 11 Golden Gopher programs have been honored with Academic Progress Rates (APR) Public Recognition Awards.

Two UMN professors elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Bates, Bramson

Membership is one of the highest honors given to a scientist or engineer.

A night for Golden Goldys

Brett Pfarr and Sarah Wilhite holding trophies.

On May 1 Intercollegiate Athletics recognized both the athletic and academic achievements of its more than 700 student-athletes in a special ceremony at TCF Bank Stadium.

President Kaler: Proposed funding level lessens our contribution to State

Woman holding goat

 This decision is disappointing not for the University, but for the entire state.

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

13 UMTC students and alumni receive Fulbright Awards

A University of Minnesota banner hanging in Northrop Mall

Program promotes international good will through the exchange of students and scholars in education, culture and science

U of M commencement ceremonies begin April 28

Graduates

Events will recognize thousands of students across U of M's five campuses.

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