Svetlana Baranova received a Hsiao Shaw-Lundquist Fellowship to support her research in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo-Engineering.
The UMN Sustainable Development Goals Initiative is pleased to announce the SDG Research Grants Program, which awards grants of up to $20,000 to faculty and research staff to support SDG-aligned projects.
In a new paper, published in Journal of World Business, Professor Shaker Zahra, Robert E. Buuck Chair of Entrepreneurship, explores what the world will look like post-COVID-19 for international entrepreneurship.
Student and faculty researchers at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs are part of a unique new partnership with a goal of better understanding conflict and finding ways to reduce it around the world.
The Social SCILS program will create a suite of materials in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish that are grounded in multiliteracies pedagogy and address a range of critical social justice topics (e.g., racism, global health, language policy, environmental sustainability).
International Research Partnership Looks to Improve How ACL Revision Outcomes Are Predicted and Treated
Kyle Martin, MD, an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, is working to create an in-clinic calculator that physicians can use to predict the risk of ACL reconstruction failure at a patient-specific level. His project received grant funding through the Norwegian Centennial Chair Program.
At 140 sites in 26 countries across the globe, researchers are working to understand how human activities are changing grassland ecosystems.
A global research partnership seeks to understand the feasibility of a study using a wearable device to examine the relationship of physical activity, sedentary time and glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes in Thailand.
Our work benefits from the diverse perspectives of international scholars from around the world – students, postdoctoral associates and faculty alike. We asked a few of our international scholars about their experiences at the University of Minnesota.