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Carlson School Expands Data Science Degree Offerings

The Carlson School of Management is launching a part-time version of its Master of Science in Business Analytics Program (MSBA) to provide area working professionals the skills needed to better harvest, process and analyze data.
A group of students take a selfie during the multicultural student leadership retreat.
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The Face(s) of Our Future

Some of our state’s brightest high school students got an up-close and in-depth look at the University of Minnesota at the U’s first-ever overnight multicultural student leadership retreat.
Muhammad Jiwa looking at flowers
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Ready to Create the Future

Three Class of 2015 graduates talk about their U experience and how they plan to work across disciplines to tackle global challenges.
The Mississippi River near the U of M Twin Cities in Minneapolis.
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Water Research at the U of M

U of M researchers are leading the way in meeting the critical challenges of preserving and protecting our water, both locally and globally.
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U of M to unveil Robert H. Bruininks Hall May 1

A special ceremony to dedicate Robert H. Bruininks Hall will take place at 3 p.m. Friday, May 1, 2015. The building is named for Bruininks, who has given more than 45 years of service to the University of Minnesota, including nine as president (2002-2011).
A young girl studies in a classroom
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Defying All Odds

Morrine Omolo hopes her winning the prestigious Faculty for the Future Fellowship will inspire young girls to venture into STEM fields.
Math equations on a blackboard.
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Cracking Medical Mysteries with Math

They are some of medicine’s hidden heroes, shedding light on complex biological processes and analyzing mountains of data to improve patient health.
The men's tennis team with its Big Ten championship trophy.
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Gophers Win First Big Ten Title in 20 Years

The men's tennis team captured a share of its first Big Ten regular-season title in two decades, defeating Northwestern April 19 at the Baseline Tennis Center. The No. 23 Gophers will next play Princeton in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament on May 8.
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Disarming a Global Threat

The recent Ebola outbreak underscores the need for a well-trained, well-coordinated workforce to respond to the growing risk of pandemic diseases—and the U is on top of it.