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Kat Rohn
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Creating meaningful engagement

Civic engagement student Kat Rohn thinks often about how change happens and what leads to the most meaningful changes in our communities.

Koushik Sampath. Photo by Michelle Bennett, Wolfskull Creative
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Ready, set, go!

From a revolutionary new paper-drying technique to a new take on cancer therapy, the “3-minute thesis” competition offers a glimpse into outstanding graduate student research.

Paige Novak, brown hair and black blouse, stand before large, gray commercial vats.
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Energy drink

U of M researchers explore the energy potential of wastewater from breweries.

Myah Walker in a bright red dress holding a chicken with a decorative rug background. Photo by Shelly Mosman
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The chicken and the egg

Myah Walker spent years working in commercial egg production and now serves with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health.

Alumnus Olivia LeDee. PHOTO BY_SHELLY MOSMAN
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Wild times

Alumnus Olivia LeDee and the Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center are helping fish and wildlife adapt to the changing climate.

Anna Goorevich stands in front of a soccer field.
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Empowering sport for all

After injuries ended her playing career, PhD student uses research to help make sport a better place for all athletes.

A dog lays in the grass.
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A new treatment pathway

Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs but clinical trials at the U of M are seeking to change that.