On Tuesday, March 22, the University of Minnesota hosts Minnesota Sparks in Red Wing, MN at the Red Wing Golf Club. The event brings three University researchers—who are tackling the area’s most critical issues—into conversation with the community.
U of M study finds student transit pass program provides significant benefits
The University of Minnesota recently received news from the Higher Learning Commission that the commission has formally accepted the conclusions of the accreditation team that visited the Twin Cities and Rochester campuses last October.
U of M student start-ups win 2016 Acara Challenge with innovative impact ventures
Student-run impact ventures focused on providing clean water through micro-entrepreneurs and bringing fashion and healing together to empower and employ Native Americans have been selected Gold Level winners of the 2016 Acara Challenge, a competition held by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment in partnership with the College of Science and Engineering and the Carlson School of Management.
Researchers propose satellite mission to improve understanding of global vegetation change
Researchers from a NASA-sponsored working group on satellite monitoring of global terrestrial biodiversity, including University of Minnesota associate professor Jeannine Cavender-Bares, have called for a satellite mission to track global changes in plant functional diversity.
Understanding differences within species is critical to conservation efforts
A new study published in the journal Ecological Applications shows that differences within a species across geographically distinct ranges should be taken into account during conservation planning as the climate changes.
U of M President presents 2016 legislative priorities to Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee