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Fall 2019 Plant Pathology Seminar: Lab notebook B-sides: Hobby projects from a PhD in small grains pathology
The subject of race can be very touchy. Why is it so difficult to talk about? As finance executive Mellody Hobson says, in her popular Ted Talk, talking about race is a "conversational third rail." But, she says, that's exactly why we need to start talking about it. How can we be less anxious and more comfortable in our conversations about race? How can we be “color brave?”
The University of Minnesota participates in a national research communication competition for graduate students called "Three Minute Thesis." Competing graduate students use a single slide and have three minutes to deliver a compelling description of their research thesis.
Join the Department of Soil, Water, and Climate for the 27th annual Kuehnast Lecture: The story of CoCoRaHS and a continuation of Earl Kuehnast's amazing legacy.
Fall 2019 Plant Pathology Seminar: Shrooms: It's what's for dinner. A deep dive into industrial mushroom farming.
The CFANS Mentor Program Kick-Off is a great opportunity for mentor-mentee pairs to meet for the first time, as well as connect with other participants in the program. The event includes an introduction to the Mentor Program, setting expectations for the year, chatting with previous participants, and mingling with new mentors and mentees. If you are unable to attend, we ask that you schedule an introductory meeting with your mentor or mentee during the first few weeks of the program.
Kids come dressed in their costumes, explore, and get candy along the way!
Bring your favorite canine companion to the 2nd annual Arboretum Fall About Dogs 5K Run/Walk. The asphalt course winds through the scenic landscape of Three-Mile Drive, guiding participants through 20 plant collections and three gardens.