Whyte gives students a voice
Assistant Dean of Students and Chief of Staff of the Office for Student Affairs, Amelious Whyte, is profiled.
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CBS research program targets transfers
For the past four years, the University of Minnesota has attempted to boost the research experience of students transferring into the College of Biological Sciences. Robin Wright, associate dean for academic and faculty affairs in CBS, and Catherine Kirkpatrick, a teaching assistant professor in the biology department, weigh in.
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On campus beat: U Morris campus makes Kiplinger, 'greenest' lists
For the U of M Morris, this has been a good two weeks. It was named last week as one of the 50 "greenest universities" in the country by BestColleges.com and then Kiplinger’s Personal Finance crowned it No. 2 on its list of the "25 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year."
U campuses' pipeline to the military is under federal review
ROTC units on two U of M campuses are facing federal scrutiny. U of M corps leaders say they are not rattled by the threat of looming cuts. Capt. Dave Ratte, Naval ROTC unit commandant weighs in.
Local expert weighs in on Ukraine crisis
Humphrey School Dean Eric Schwartz spoke to KARE 11 last night about the latest developments in Ukraine.
With dad now on life support, family questions Mpls. 911's delayed response
Ganesh Raveendran, a cardiologist at the U of M, comments on the importance of quick action following a heart attack.
Yes, African Americans can get skin cancer
Charles Crutchfield III, U of M Medical School, dispels the common myth that says African Americans (and those with darker skin tones) can’t get skin cancer.
Iron deficiency important to assess in children adopted from institutional settings
Iron deficiency predicts lower IQ scores and poor higher-order thinking skills in children adopted from institutional settings like orphanages, according to a new longitudinal study. Megan Gunnar, U of M professor of child psychology and co-author of the study, comments.