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Talking bullying in school with U of M

Marguerite Ohrtman, an associate professor in the College of Education and Human Development, shares her expert comment on how bullying affects students, and how schools can work to prevent during National Bullying Prevention Month.

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Talking back-to-school reading habits with the U of M

Fall schedules are filling up fast for families as students head back to school. They will begin new activities like joining sports teams, auditioning for plays, participating in study groups and doing homework. 

Claire Busse in her band uniform
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Turning lessons into leadership

Claire Busse developed a trauma-informed leadership training for peer leaders in the University of Minnesota’s marching band.

Betty Sandison reacts as her name is read during commencement.
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Nothing is stopping her now

From a one-room schoolhouse to a large public research university, Betty Sandison’s educational journey is one for the ages.

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University of Minnesota commencement ceremonies begin systemwide this week

In the coming weeks, the University of Minnesota System will host numerous commencement ceremonies to recognize thousands of students across its five campuses for their academic achievements and congratulate them as they take the next step forward in toward productive lives and careers. 
 

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Talking financial scam protection with U of M

Assistant Research Professor Marty DeLiema studies the risk factors associated with financial fraud, provides expert tips for how to avoid financial fraud, and identifies what to do when you fall victim to scammers.

Shamaria Jordan in sweater reading "Black Girl Advocate"
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Black Girl Advocate

A young alum’s travels abroad inspired her to launch a clothing store and become an advocate for Black youth.

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Biostatistics goes to high school

Through a School of Public Health partnership with St. Paul Public Schools, ninth grade students are exposed to data science via an interactive (and dare-we-say-fun) curriculum.

 

Marti DeLiema
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Talking aging family planning with U of M

Marti DeLiema Ph.D., an assistant professor in the College of Education and Human Development, shares tips on how older adults can have meaningful conversations with adult family members. 

Šišókaduta Joe Bendisckson
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Šišókaduta: A keeper of the language

Curious about his Native language as a teenager, Šišókaduta Joe Bendickson learned Dakota at the U of M and now teaches the language to the next generation. He feels he’s in a race against time.