An exhibit at the University of Minnesota's Wilson and Music Library this month is examining the role protest music has played in many different causes. As part of the exhibit, journalism professor Mark Pedelty held a teach-in on April 17th.
After 13 years in administration, the CLA Dean James Parente is rejoining the Dept. of German, Scandinavian and Dutch to return to teaching.
University students Jordan Werre and Jason Gades are both double majors in music and math. They have created computer-generated compositions to play through the First Congregational Church's carillon speakers during the festival.
CLA students Gus Gleiter and Kenneth Eban and other members of Students for Education Reform will give local ninth graders a taste of life at the University of Minnesota as part of their efforts to combat the educational achievement gap.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication adjunct professor John Rash writes about the European fiscal crisis and its effects on the U.S. Professor of economics V.V. Chari weighs in.
University of Minnesota School of Music Director David Meyers and music student Megan Poppe describe the effects of the orchestra lockout and funding options on the university.
Katrina Klett is recognized as one of the 62 Truman Scholars. The scholarship gives juniors up to $30,000 toward graduate school and priority admission at top universities.
62 scholars from across the United States were chosen by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation. Katrina Klett, a junior majoring in Asian Languages and Literature and minoring in Sustainability Studies, is a young leader worthy of the recognition.
Heather LaMarre, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, offers her strategic communication expertise to analyze the increasing trend of political use of the Internet.
Campbell Mithun CEO Steve Wehrenberg will join the University of Minnesota as teaching professor of strategic communication and program director of its Professional M.A. in Strategic Communication, offered in the School of Journalism & Mass Communication.
Theater can show the honest humanity of a person, says CLA theatre arts senior Joseph Pyfferoen.
The performance is the product of an unusual collaboration between two professors at the University of Minnesota: David Odde, a biomedical engineer, and Carl Flink, chair of the U's Theatre Arts & Dance Department.
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