The Bell Museum staff have been busy packing and distributing science and nature activity kits for 1,350 elementary-aged scholars in the Roseville School District in late May. In partnership with the Roseville School District Nutrition Services Team, these museum-at-home kits were distributed to families alongside their school provided meals.
(MinnPost) Joleen Hadrich, an associate professor in Applied Economics, is quoted.
Check out four CFANS-related podcasts that we're listening to while we continue to practice safe social distancing and work from home when possible.
(Bloomberg) Marc Bellemare, a professor in Applied Economics, is quoted.
Universities around the world are moving classes online as COVID-19 continues to spread. One of the greatest feats when bringing a course online is how to also convert the lab to a digital environment. Department of Plant Pathology Professor Ruth Dill-Macky did just that.
Every spring during the CFANS College Assembly, our college celebrates faculty, staff and students by selecting individuals for collegiate honors and awards. The full list of recipients can be found on the web page dedicated to this announcement.
(President's Student Leadership & Service Awards) The Office of the President announced the 2020 recipients of the President’s Student Leadership and Service Award, as well as the recipients of the Donald R. Zander Alumni Award, the James A. Johnson Scholarship Award, and the Mary A. McEvoy Award. Three CFANS students received awards for their exemplary contributions to the University.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science has selected 62 graduate students from across the nation, including CFANS Soil, Water, and Climate student Nathaniel Looker, for the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program.
(Mother Jones) Marla Spivak, a professor of entomology, is quoted.
(StarTribune) Lee Johnston, a professor in the West Central Research and Outreach Center, is quoted.