An innovative program made its debut at the University this summer, giving high school and college students an exceptional opportunity in the world of research.
Mirjana "Minja" Lausevic, an ethnomusicology professor at the University, died July 15 in Northampton, Mass., of an undisclosed illness.
Conference activities include academic panels and entertainment.
Twin Cities alumnus and Sudan native Mohamed Bakri has been awarded a 2007 Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship.
Vocational psychologist Jo-Ida Hansen has created a questionnaire to help recent retirees find meaningful leisure activities.
Full of surprises and twists, as well as creepy music and the occasional gunshot, Sherlock's Last Case revolves around a death threat against everybody's favorite sleuth by the supposed son of his late nemesis, Professor Moriarty.
McGue, one of five newly named regents professors--the University of Minnesota's highest faculty rank--is among the world's leading behavioral geneticists.
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