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Talking flu vaccine
Talking with U of M

Talking flu vaccine with U of M

Ann Philbrick with the College of Pharmacy talks about the flu vaccine and the health benefits of getting routine immunizations. 

Jonathan Olaleye
News Release

New Sezzle Scholarship focuses support on underrepresented students

The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) announced today a four-year collaboration with Minneapolis-headquartered digital payment solution Sezzle that includes a $124,000 donation from Sezzle to fund a full, four-year scholarship to a deserving CSE undergraduate student.

Krista Soria
Expert Alert

Identifying obstacles for higher-ed students during the pandemic

U of M staff member Krista Soria talks about the importance of understanding the pandemic’s impact upon students and of sharing the data with university leaders, staff and faculty so that they can make decisions to better address the significant challenges students are facing.

CSE
News Release

University of Minnesota receives $18M grant for materials research

The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering announced that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $18 million in renewed funding over the next six years for the University’s Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC).

St. Anthony Falls lab with Mississippi river in foreground
Feature

The river runs through it

From its perch on Hennepin Island and straddling the Mississippi River, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory is a unique and world-class research space for all things water… and then some.

Cedar Creek's prairie with bison grazing
Feature

Cedar Creek

An hour north of the Twin cities, U of M researchers and students lead the fight in humanity’s supreme battle: to stave off climate disaster and repair the Earth.