(Star Tribune) Brenna Connelly, a 19-year-old CFANS student from Byron, Minn., majoring in agricultural education and animal science, will serve as the official goodwill ambassador for nearly 3,000 Minnesota farm families.
As President Gabel said in a recent communication, the University is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and racial justice, and we hear and feel the call to do more. As the work is just beginning, she is seeking your continued input and welcomes everyone to share their feedback and ideas via survey.
GEMS Informatics at the University of Minnesota, working with a wide range of public, private, domestic and international partners, unlocks the potential of data to drive food and agricultural innovation, benefiting people and the environment
(WCCO) Dean Brian Buhr is featured as a part of "Ag is Everywhere Week"
As we look to the upcoming fall semester, we wanted to share a list of new undergraduate courses available in CFANS. Courses are a convenient way to complete prerequisites, fulfill requirements, enhance career skills, or pursue a personal interest. Students can locate these courses on ScheduleBuilder.
In addition to the reopening of the planetarium theater today, August 6, the Bell will be continuing a variety of online programs, developed during the COVID-19 closure.
The University of Minnesota Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life shared their fall 2020 engagement survey, which is now live. The survey will be available until August 18, 2020 is prioritizing the voices of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
(MinnPost) Ann Lewandowski, senior research and Extension coordinator at the Water Resource Center (WRC) and Lucia Levers, a research associate at the WRC, co-author a commentary along with a Humphrey School of Public Affairs professor.
The Bell’s state-of-the-art Whitney and Elizabeth MacMillan Planetarium opens to the public on Thursday, August 6. The planetarium will open with two all-ages programs: Minnesota Night Sky and Out of This World. Guests will need to make advance timed reservations online.
Wolf researchers in Voyageurs National Park believe unlikely food source may be behind moose success
(Star Tribune) U of M research is featured. Tom Gable, a graduate student in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, is quoted.