Dorcas Kunkel is assessing the relevancy of an existing set of core competencies for training and practice of advanced practice nurses in primary health care contexts, in particular family nurse practitioners in Liberia and for additional application in sub-Saharan Africa.
Professor Jennifer Powers reflects on her decades-long connection to Costa Rica, where she runs a field station within the Area de Conservación Guanacaste.
Long before becoming an ecologist, Maowei Liang recalls being deeply impacted by the tangible ways his village in Inner Mongolia experienced global change.
Tiktok is known for its videos featuring cute pets, shopping hauls, recipes, and dance trends. Now instructors are using it in the language classroom to showcase languages as people actually speak them around the world.
The Plant Protein Innovation Center was founded nearly five years ago based on the premise that academia and industry can work together to accelerate meaningful, significant research with real-world impact.
The Institute on Community Integration is helping to establish an assistive technology center at KL University in Andhra Pradesh, India, and will collaborate on future inclusive education initiatives with KL, a leader in engineering studies.
University of Minnesota Extension has helped female farmers in Kenya improve the quality of their vegetables in the field and on the way to markets. Now, those farmers are helping growers in Minnesota.
Snapshot Safari, created by University of Minnesota Lion Center researcher Sarah Huebner, is helping with large-scale monitoring of African mammals.
Rose Schwietz ’13, Mendota Heights, had heard about the Fulbright Scholarship program while she was a student at UMN Morris, but didn’t apply to the program until 2019.
Immigrants in Minnesota often crave a taste of home. U of M researchers breeding African crops for Minnesota
Eating produce from home can be comforting for immigrants. Researchers and master gardeners are working to understand what can grow in Minnesota.