UMN in the News
America's curiously successful minority has also been a despised one.
The University of Minnesota's Nature Heals 30x30 is a month-long event that encourages everyone to spend 30 minutes in nature each day throughout the month of October.
Government pushed up timeline for green card applications, then changed course.
The Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center helps the state solve problems with non-native plants and animals like the Zebra Mussel -- which affects the food supply to young fish and causes plenty of problems for people.
College is stressful. Raising children is stressful. Combine the two, and a person's stress levels can be off the charts.
The U of M is beginning a multi-million dollar renovation project on Tate Hall Wednesday.
Broadband availability increased the incidence of racial hate crimes committed by lone-wolf perpetrators in the US during the period 2001-2008, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.
The U of M announced Tuesday the Twin Cities campus received the 2015 Active Minds Health Campus Award.
Newly appointed U of M Police Cheif Matthew Clark is meeting with student leader to garner feedback about his department and better serve the University community.
In the 18 years that the Thurber Prize for American Humor has been around, only men have won. Calvin Trillin, Ian Frazier, Jon Stewart, David Sedaris. This year, though, all three finalists were women, and the winner, announced last night, was St. Paul writer Julie Schumacher, University of Minnesota professor, and author of the very funny book, "Dear Committee Members."