Digital technology enables powerful learning and international collaborations for public health.
The Global Programs and Strategy Alliance is pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of the Award for Global Engagement, which recognizes faculty and staff for outstanding contributions to global education and international programs at the University, or in their field or discipline.
Through a special agreement, Klara Richardt will receive an interdisciplinary B.A. in International Cultural and Business Studies from the University of Passau and a B.A. in Cultural Entrepreneurship from UMD.
Alumna Shui Li protects technology innovation while also working on her side interest in Chinese medicine.
In this webinar, leaders of the UMN Sustainable Development Goals Initiative provided an overview of how the University of Minnesota is advancing the goals and making a difference in Minnesota, the U.S., and abroad. Recipients of SDG grants presented on their own projects, which align with the SDGs, the University’s strategic priorities, and needs identified by communities.
The Our People, Our Climate project is both an artistic showcase and skills development program focusing on the visualization of climate change in Arctic locations.
GPS Alliance is pleased to announce the award, as part of its systemwide initiative focused on the SDGs, of approximately $120,000 to seven research projects that align with the UNs’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the U’s strategic priorities and needs identified by communities.
Originally from Venezuela, Christian Moreno Cova came to UMD to study jazz. His compositions fuse traditional Venezuelan music with components of American jazz.
In this webinar, University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and student leaders discussed the cutting-edge of classroom efforts to prepare students to tackle the global challenges that lie ahead.
Asmita Ghimire, a graduate student in the Department of English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies (ELWS), traveled to Duluth in 2019 to work on her second masters degree. She already had received a masters degree in Nepal and had presented lectures and taught English classes at Kathmandu University.