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Amy Greminger

Improving the Lives of Older Adults

September 13, 2019

Restoring purpose to patients in geriatric care.

NRRI senior research associate Euan Reavie

Lake Mud Holds Clues to Future

September 9, 2019

Diatom fossils in lake sediment can be used as early warning of environmental changes to come.

Tricia Bartels with campers on the Voyage of Discovery program

Adventure and Environmental Education

September 4, 2019

Graduate student Trisha Bartels creates a Voyage of Discovery experience for dozens of young people.

UMD faculty David Beard and Chongwon Park

Chapter Published

September 4, 2019

Department of English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies faculty publish book chapter in Weathering the Storm.

Blaylock Contributes to Book

September 3, 2019

Dr. Sara Blaylock, assistant professor in art history, contributed to The Oxford Handbook of Communist Visual Cultures... more

Faculty Attend Summer Institute

September 3, 2019

College of Liberal Arts faculty attended Education Minnesota Summer Institute.

Nighthawk in flight

Nighthawks Fill Duluth Skies

August 30, 2019

Last year, in one three-hour sit on a Duluth rooftop, Steve Kolbe counted 14,000 soaring nighthawks on their annual migration south.

Kaitlin Reinl views an enlargement of a Blue-green Algal bloom

Learn Aboard the Great Lakes' Largest Research Vessel

August 26, 2019

On Friday, Aug. 30, tour UMD's Blue Heron and learn about "Potential Sources of Cyanobacteria in Lake... more

Robert Sterner on board the Blue Heron

A Blue-green Algae Threat to Lake Superior

August 23, 2019

This recent bloom may be a harbinger of things to come.

Fast-growing Tree Research Expands Across Midwest

August 20, 2019

Anticipating growth in markets for biomass resources, NRRI ramps up hybrid poplar research.

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