University of Minnesota faculty and students researching human rights received a $325,000 grant last month to conduct research and draft policy recommendations for national and international governments.
An exercise reward app created by current and former University of Minnesota students is looking to expand to other universities.
While most of the campus is still asleep on weekday mornings, some University of Minnesota Facilities Management personnel gather as early as 5 a.m. to start their day with a dose of group exercise and camaraderie.
Cleverly named Oven Lovin, the group aims to create a community gathered around a love of baking and give people a taste of their recipes through social media. This group stands out from other campus cooking clubs because it desires to not only create culinary works, but to share their creations with others, teaching viewers how to bake on their own.
The sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi, prides itself on being a “Jewish first, Greek second” organization of women. Previously a student group, it will become a member of the Panhellenic Council, which will connect them to the University’s Greek community.
The University of Minnesota's Interfraternity Council is revamping an existing officer role in an effort to engage and educate its members about sexual misconduct.
A new University of Minnesota student group has formed around what has become an annual event for LGBTQ health care.
Two University of Minnesota alumni created a web-based seminar series designed to help women in agriculture cope with stressors that frequently occur in the industry.
From gaming to public advocacy to a capella, there are a variety of new student groups for University of Minnesota students to take advantage of this semester.