Gwiwon Jason Nam
With finals looming, the University of Minnesota undergraduate student government hopes to address student mental health with professor engagement.
The University's Rural Health Research Center and the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team on the Duluth campus lead projects to examine rural health issues among diverse groups. One-fifth of rural Americans are people of color, according to census data.
The Otto Bremer Trust Center for Safe and Healthy Children opened a new dedicated space to care for children and families affected by abuse and neglect. The center held an open house March 7.
A Minnesota Student Association task force organized listening sessions alongside University of Minnesota administrators in hopes of improving students’ experiences with their advisers.
Two University of Minnesota student groups held a discussion last week in hopes of bridging the gap between their cultures and seeking solidarity. The Asian-American Student Union and the Black Student Union held a (POC)ulture workshop Friday examining stereotypes and attitudes within the black and Asian communities through the frames of pop culture and historical context.
A recently awarded federal grant will help University of Minnesota researchers combine separate data and improve research across different fields of biological science.
Starting this semester, students have the option of printing their own notes for class absences from Boynton Health.
University of Minnesota researchers and their international team will lead a project to improve implants for people who are deaf or severely hard-of-hearing.
Hojae Kim started his South Korean military service in September 2014 after finishing his third year as a University of Minnesota student. Kim said he cried in front of his family before he left for training because he wouldn’t be able to talk to them for a long time.
Minnesota is one of 37 states that does not require sexual education to be medically accurate. In fact, there is no current state standard for sexual education.