We invite alumni, friends, industry leaders, researchers and the University of Minnesota community to attend the second annual CFANS Research Symposium, featuring poster and oral presentations by CFANS students and postdocs.
This monthly series provides a welcoming and accessible environment for individuals, families, and children who have sensory sensitivities. Experience the Bell Museum with lowered lighting, quieter sounds, and fewer visitors.
Explore the Bell Museum exhibition Moments of Memory: Minnesota Landscapes Painted from Life with Frederick Somers, an internationally acclaimed pastel and oil painter and exhibiting member of Minnesota Plein Air Collective.
Plants are already a major part of our food system, but how do we adapt them to our changing needs? Join University of Minnesota plant genetics researchers to explore the science behind the crops we eat. Investigate bright red plants used in genetics studies, learn about the quest to grow table grapes in Minnesota, and take home a plant breeding project of your own!
Celebrate the beginning of spring with a joyful yoga retreat at the Arboretum. Yoga in the Gardens’ partner studios will lead participants through eight mini classes. All experience levels are welcome.
Part of the Applied Plant Sciences spring seminar series.
GradFest—held at the U of M Bookstore inside Coffman Memorial Union—is the only time graduates can get discounts on their regalia and other graduation items like diploma frames, photo packages, announcements, gifts, and more.
Negotiations occur every day in the scientific laboratory and workplace and often involve issues that are key to research success and career advancement. This workshop module teaches the fundamentals of negotiation relevant to a variety of one-on-one conversations and group settings. Invite your colleagues; all faculty, staff, post docs, and graduate students are welcome!
Did you know the Arboretum taps more than 350 trees every winter? Learn more about our trees and the maple tapping process at Maple Fest.