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UMN Alumna Gets Creative With Twin Cities Creative Economy

Gülgün Kayim works as the founding director of arts, culture, and the creative economy for the city of Minneapolis, where she develops programs to support artistic entrepreneurs, creative businesses, and arts and cultural nonprofits.

National School of Public Health in Cuba, University of Minnesota Strengthen Partnership

The National School of Public Health in Cuba and the University of Minnesota signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen their academic and research partnerships at a virtual ceremony in May.

International Recruitment Committee Releases 2021 Annual Report

The International Recruitment Committee, chaired by Aimee Thostenson of International Student and Scholar Services, recently released its 2021 annual report, which features statistics on international student enrollment and details the top factors impacting international recruitment.

University of Minnesota Hires First Systemwide Chief Sustainability Officer

The University of Minnesota is proud to announce Shane Stennes has been hired as its first systemwide chief sustainability officer (CSO), effective May 9.

Fulbright Scholar, Whose Study Abroad Experience Was Cut Short by COVID-19, Plans Career in Justice and Advocacy

In early March of 2020, Elyse Eckert packed up her things and flew from the U.S. to Berlin to embark on a months-long study abroad program. Little did she know, the COVID-19 pandemic would cancel her study abroad experience. 

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