A four-year project led by the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition aims to help school districts offer more equitable access to seals of biliteracy.
When Safia Dockter began writing and speaking about the Russian invasion of Ukraine earlier this year, it helped her process what was happening. What she didn’t know was how quickly her words would turn into action for one little girl.
Aurora is a network of ten European research-intensive universities with high research impact, united by a shared commitment to social relevance and a diverse student body. The Network incorporates the Sustainable Development Goals in all its work and emphasizes social responsibility and student participation.
The latest issue of Impact, a publication from the Institute on Community Integration, places the critical period of transition from school to adulthood for youth with disabilities in a global context.
By competitively earning this funding, the University becomes one of only nine programs in the country to be designated a comprehensive international center, and one of ten programs in African studies.
Navigating war, pandemic, persistent ableism, or a combination of all three, participants in the ADA Anniversary Fellowship Program in Inclusive Education continue to work for global inclusion, five years after their University of Minnesota experience.
Meet the Mandela Washington Fellows: Ester Nanyanga Kayala Ensures a Future For Humans, Animals Alike
Ester Nanyanga Kayala is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. She is an advocate for conservation efforts as a park warden in the Namib Naukluft National Park.
Ibrahima Ngom is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. Ibrahima provided technical input on the African Union Commission's climate change and energy justice strategy.
Naggita “Maya” Mayimuna is one of 24 Washington Mandela Fellows who will participate in a six-week Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota. Maya is the founder of the nonprofit Women and Youth Platform for Action and a councilwoman for her local municipality in Uganda.
The University of Minnesota will host 24 Fellows from 15 countries in Africa for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and hosted by College of Education and Human Development in partnership with the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.