The University of Minnesota has just completed work on a new on-line dictionary of Ojibwe language and culture.
Film producer and speech-communication studies alum Jim Burke accepted a Golden Globe award for best motion picture for 'The Descendants'. (video)
J-School alumna Sarah Bauer was featured on MinnPost's YPN5Q, a series spotlighting Minnesota's top young business and civic leaders and creative minds.
"The Iron Lady," starring Meryl Streep as Great Britain's first and only female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, opens in Minnesota this weekend. English professor John Watkins shares insights on Thatcher's impact - fact and fiction, past and present.
CLA alumna Nicole Meyer is creating a new logo for a Minnesota lake every day.
Thomas Bouchard, Jr. and the University of Minnesota's twins study was featured in the current issue of National Geographic magazine.
Highlights include the Parker Quartet and Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem."
FOX 9 News invited University of Minnesota political science professor Kathryn Pearson to talk about the results.
University of Minnesota media ethics and law professor Jane Kirtley reviews the biggest and most important developments in the media world, press freedom around the world, and she looks to the future.
New research led by sociologist Phyllis Moen suggests flexible workplaces promote personnel well-being and more healthful behavior from employees.
Jack Zipes, Professor Emeritus of German and comparative literature, spoke on Minnesota Public Radio's Midmorning program about the upsurge in the number of television and movie projects based on fairy tales.
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