While conducting research for his doctoral program in department of geography at the University of Minnesota, Jerry Shannon found that families that receive food stamps regularly shop outside their neighborhoods for perceived better quality and prices.
CLA sophomore Zac Bair and other members of the student group Students Today, Leaders Forever comment on their volunteer efforts in Texas.
School of Music student Osip Nikiforov journeyed from his home in Eastern Siberia to the University of Minnesota--to pursue the art of piano.
New CLA dean John Coleman discusses his goals and vision for the college.
Nathan Johnson, Pine City's city planner, has been named the 2014 Outstanding Small Town and Rural Planner for his leadership in planning, in providing better access to local government, and in providing more opportunities for Pine City and its constituency.
From essays to memoirs, an annual University event shows what it takes for writers to get their work published. Creative Writing Program alumnus Joshua Ostergaard is profiled.
Sociology alumnus Chris Fonseca is one of three recent hires on the UMPD force. University police Chief Greg Hestness comments.
Recent advances in neuroscience are validating the idea that music can help patients walk and perform all sorts of tasks better, and now legislation has been introduced to create a music therapy license. Todd Schwartzberg, a music therapy professor at the U of M School of Music, comments.
It doesn't take long to find a cruel, anonymous comment on everything from newspaper websites to Yelp and Amazon. Shayla Thiel-Stern, a professor of new media and culture at the U of M, explains why.
Psychology professor Stephen Engel has discovered one of the brain's secrets--with practice, areas of the brain can learn to see images we couldn't detect before.
According to U research, countries that use human rights trials over time wind up seeing improvements in their overall human rights.
With a traveling exhibit, four CLA graduate students want to show the detention center's wide-reaching effects. The project aims to increase public discussion of Guantanamo Bay and its effects. It will be at the Minnesota History Center through March 16.
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