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It’s a First Place Win for the MAP Team

April 4, 2019

Data visualization that is award-worthy is produced by Marketing Analytics Program students. 

Conference attendees sitting in a room, listening to a speaker: UMD/NRRI Climate Futures Conference

Change is Coming to the Northland

April 3, 2019

Climate change scenarios spur community-wide discussion about how Duluth can respond to impacts -- from infrastructure to economics.

Devaleena Das and students

#MeToo Resonates

April 3, 2019

Students work to create gender, health, and justice conference at UMD.

James Clark

Curing Cultural Ignorance

April 2, 2019

UMD undergraduate discusses the museum role in accurately representing history.

Sunset on Lake Superior aboard the Research Vessel Blue Heron

Explorers of the Inland Seas

April 2, 2019

UMN Duluth’s Large Lakes Observatory marks 25 years of discovery.

UMD Pharmacy image: double helix made out of pills

Pharmacy News

April 1, 2019

April 2019 news from faculty and staff of the College of Pharmacy Duluth.

Shannon Walsh and Kayla Ness

Confronting Violence and Inequality in Honduras

March 26, 2019

Student Kayla Ness and Dr. Shannon... more

Water flowing into a eutrophic lake from agricultural fields. Algae is already abundant in the stream where it has grown due to high nutrients and temperatures (July 2014). Credit: John A. Downing/Minnesota Sea Grant.

Sometimes It’s Not Good to be Green

March 26, 2019

Greening of lakes will significantly increase greenhouse gas emissions.

Book cover - In the Night of Memory

Weaving Stories of Women

March 25, 2019

In the Night of Memory collects truth, history, and imagination.

Moon glowing in the night sky partially hidden by tree branches

Opera at Weber Music Hall

March 22, 2019

The Opera Studio and UMD Music presents The Turn of the Screw on March 29 and 30.

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