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Pharmacy News

May 3, 2021

May 2021 news from faculty and staff of the College of Pharmacy Duluth.
UMD LSBE students selected for the 3M Frontline program

LSBE Students Continue to Excel in 3M Frontline Program

April 29, 2021

Four LSBE students were accepted into the 3M Frontline program for this upcoming summer.
UMD student Azrin Awal

Azrin Awal: Advocate, Activist, Ally

April 28, 2021

UMD student works towards an inclusive and equitable society.
UMD NRRI Applied Limnologist Chris Filstrup holds a soil auger head that he unearthed after it was lost by a previous research crew.

Meet the Researcher: Chris Filstrup

April 23, 2021

Large numbers of tiny things can be a big problem. Applied Limnologist Chris Filstrup digs into the data of harmful algae blooms.
UMD Rochester MBA alumnus Jeff R. Anderson standing near his framed diploma

A Confidence Builder

April 19, 2021

The LSBE MBA program on the Rochester campus gave Jeff Anderson the business tools he was looking for.
UMD student presenting research on a poster

Highlighting Student Research

April 19, 2021

CEHSP to spotlight student research at upcoming virtual events.
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New Possibilities for UMD's Original Science Building

April 14, 2021

UMD is asking the state for $1.6 million to help fund the predesign & design for the first building on UMD's upper campus.

NRRI Geologists Save Important Drill Core for Future Study

April 13, 2021

Drill core are rock samples pulled from the ground to study mineral deposits. NRRI's quick action saved important core from a dump.
Illustration of Roaring Muse, UMD literary magazine

The Return of "Roaring Muse"

April 12, 2021

Past issues of Roaring Muse, UMD's literary magazine that originally began in 1997, now available online.
Bridge from Duluth to Wisconsin in the twilight

Expert Alert: The Twin Ports Interchange

April 7, 2021

The Twin Ports Interchange project began this year, and it’s already impacting the pace of getting through Duluth.

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