Responding to students’ desire to explore new opportunities for future food service operations on the Twin Cities campus, leadership engaged in extensive review and significant community consultation to inform recommendations presented to the Board of Regents
The University of Minnesota has received two grants totaling $26 million from the National Institutes of Health for research on the impact of substance exposure during pregnancy on child brain and behavioral development.
At its October meeting, the Board of Regents will discuss what U of M health science researchers accomplished last year and what the future holds for this work at one of America’s leading research universities
The U.S. Geological Survey announced today that the U of M will host a new partnership of higher ed and natural resource institutions dedicated to advancing actionable science in response to the climate crisis.
The University of Minnesota successfully competed for $1.15 billion in external research funding in fiscal year 2021, a 31 percent jump that pushed it well past the $1 billion award mark for the first time in the University’s history.
At its September meetings, the Board of Regents will discuss how the University is investing in safety on its Twin Cities campus, as well as with partners off-campus in the neighborhoods where students, faculty and staff live and work.
Results from the statewide survey of 10,500 educators, families, and students conducted by the Wisconsin-Minnesota Comprehensive Center (WMCC) in the College of Education and Human Development for the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE).
U of M researchers have developed a candidate drug that was effective in both preventing and quelling SARS-CoV-2 infection in animals, signaling potential in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic if it can be validated in human trials.
Jessica Hellmann, director of the Institute of the Environment, discusses the need for people to understand the short- and-long term impacts of droughts and climate change on our agriculture industry, environment and everyday lives.
In a new paper published in The Review of Corporate Finance Studies, Professor of Finance Tracy Yue Wang examined a firm’s skilled labor risk — defined as the risk of failing to attract and retain skilled labor — and the subsequent impact on a range of corporate policies.
Public life in the United States is fractured and even toxic but to help encourage connection and discussion across social and political lines, the College of Liberal Arts has launched the Public Life Project.