When the pandemic took hold, international students faced a difficult choice—remain on campus or return home. Incoming students also needed to decide if they wanted to begin online or postpone for a year. But as the U of M reopens, these students are quickly returning to campus.
Over the summer, twenty-five of Africa’s brightest emerging leaders virtually participated in an academic and leadership institute at the University of Minnesota through the Mandela Washington Fellowship, part of the Young African Leaders Initiative.
One of the DEIJ Grant projects aims to create an online networking platform for Indigenous smallholder farmers in Mexico's mountain regions.
GPS Alliance is pleased to announce the award, as part of its systemwide initiative focused on the Sustainable Development Goals, of approximately $120,000 to seven research projects that align with the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the University’s strategic priorities and needs identified by communities.