Events

From planet Earth to outer space

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Science and engineering faculty and students led a hand in revamping natural history museum on St. Paul campus, from consulting on major exhibits to packaging star dust.

Students

Student reflection: Presenting wastewater treatment research at UN headquarters

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Bioproducts and biosystems engineering major Allie Arsenault was one of seven students nationwide selected to present at the inaugural Students Seeking Solutions Conference in New York City.

Students

Graduating seniors give back to next generation

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Students in two CSE departments are leading a yearlong pilot giving project to give back to future generations.

Students

CSE by the numbers: Mentor programs

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Students in the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) at the University of Minnesota don’t have to go far to find academic and professional guidance.

People-Profiles

Q&A with two award-winning faculty

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In this Q&A, two award-winning professors share their insight into the ups and downs of research and give their advice to the next generation.

Students

Q&A with Churchill Scholar Merrick Pierson Smela

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Merrick Pierson Smela, a chemistry and biochemistry major at the University of Minnesota, will spend the 2018-19 academic year learning more about human reproductive biology at Churchill College in Cambridge, England.

Research

Researchers aim to raise infant vaccination rates with innovative transportation options

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A University of Minnesota team is testing a new strategy in Uganda to offer residents living in high-density urban areas cheap, reliable transportation to clinics.

Students

New dinosaur lab adds dragons and fantasy to the mix

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University of Minnesota students hone observation and critical thinking skills in new, hands-on addition to Earth Sciences course.

Research

Magnetic attraction: Institute for Rock Magnetism

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Each year, the Institute for Rock Magnetism at the University of Minnesota draws visitors from around the world—researchers who study everything from termites to meteorites.

 

People-Profiles

Zsolt Rumy: Fleeing the Soviet government

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Zsolt Rumy was 14 when his family fled Hungary for the United States. Decades later—with a chemical engineering degree in hand—he founded the third largest carbon fiber maker in the world.