Gwiwon Jason Nam
The Trump Administration’s proposed changes to Title X would prohibit grant recipients from performing, promoting, referring for or supporting abortions as a method of family planning, prompting a variety of responses from University of Minnesota scholars and advocates.
The Council of International Graduate Students is organizing the Sexual Violence Prevention series, which is catered to the University of Minnesota's community of international students. The group's first workshop was last Friday, with another session planned later this month.
Olympic silver medallist and University of Minnesota alumna Kelly Catlin died Friday at age 23.
Boynton Health has expanded sex education for international students through the Sexual Health for International Students project, which is part of Sexual Health Awareness and Disease Education. The group will help host an event this month for international students that will include presentations and tabling to provide sexual education.
A recent University of Minnesota Medical School study found new discoveries in regenerative muscle cells that could be useful for future treatments of muscular dystrophy.
Boynton Health requested additional student services fees this year, maintaining zero out-of-pocket undergraduate student costs and continuing a pattern of increased funding requests over previous years.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota and Hennepin County hope to use a recent study regarding opioid-related deaths after incarceration to address the opioid epidemic.
Using electric stimulation, a new treatment led by University of Minnesota researchers shows promise for spinal injury patients.
Although demand for its services continue to rise, the Boynton Mental Health clinic has been able to keep the number of students on its waitlist at zero.
The University of Minnesota Medical School is making a number of structural changes to support the mental health of its students.