Narayana Kocherlakota will discuss the role of the Fed, the U.S. labor market and his forecast for economic recovery.
Music's healing properties have been lauded since the days of Aristotle, when physicians were often also trained as musicians, said assistant University of Minnesota music therapy professor Annie Heiderscheit.
A group of researchers from across the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus have recognized the need for more exchange and collaboration on all things social media.
Basic areas of the brain's visual system show evidence of learning.
Climate change is main issue confronting the world in the 21st century, economic experts say.
University of Minnesota creative writing professor Charles Baxter's newest collection of short stories was recently featured by National Public Radio.
The School of Music will ring the university's carillon bells, located at Ferguson Hall, on Wednesday, Jan. 12, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake.
With the shooting attack in Tucson, Arizona, targeted at a Representative, many are asking about violent rhetoric. How does violent talk lead to violent action?
Lubet, whose own experiences of impairment prompted his study, offers a framework for the study of music-related disability and its broader social and theoretical implications in his new book Music, Disability, and Society, just out from Temple University Press.
Islamic developments in architecture, the arts, sciences and theater will be the topics of a federally-funded conference at the University of Minnesota Feb. 24-26.
Linguist Anatoly Liberman, a professor at the University of Minnesota, says word invention is at an all-time high, with hundreds of new or blended words conceived every day.
A magazine production class in the University of Minnesota's School of Journalism and Mass Communication this past fall chose to focus their magazine on exploring and interpreting what ambiguity means in everyday life.
African-American Studies Professor Keith Mayes, of the University of Minnesota, reflects on the changes to how African-Americans, and Americans in general, view the seven-day cultural holiday Kwanzaa.
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