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Unique light-sensing 3D-printed device could help people with lupus

According to the Lupus Foundation of America, about 1.5 million Americans have a form of lupus. Light sensitivity is common in people with lupus, and many find that their disease is made worse by exposure to sunlight or even artificial light indoors. The symptoms of these flare ups for patients with lupus include rashes, joint pain and fatigue.

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Driving the future of business education

The skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly complex world are changing. Through a significant undergraduate curriculum redesign, the U of M’s Carlson School of Management is reimagining how to educate tomorrow’s business leaders.

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Harnessing the power of public health data

An innovative new program from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health will help to address a growing gap between the rapid expansion of public health data and those capable of using that data effectively. The Public Health Data Science MPH offers students the opportunity to combine public health and data science into one degree. It’s one of the only programs of its kind in the U.S.

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Creating a more just society

The U of M Law School’s new Racial Justice Law Clinic will tackle discriminatory practices and fight for individuals and communities facing race-based oppression through the law, creating a new generation of lawyers who are prepared to advocate for justice and change.