In light of outdated classrooms and labs, the University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry is requesting building renovations and improved lab space.
In an active learning lab, students can interact with their peers on group research projects that are designed by themselves, not by their professors.
Students at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing will participate in a new transgender patient simulation this fall to learn how to better care for transgender patients.
“Cancer is a really difficult disease to deal with because there’s so much variability in it,” said fifth-year graduate student Artur Serebrenik and researcher on the project. “This is one avenue for us to get a better understanding of what’s going on in the tumor and use what we know against it.”