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The site of Royal Cigar and Tobacco in Dinkytown on Wednesday, Feb 17. Dr. Dana Carroll, an assistant professor in the Division of Environmental Health and Sciences, is working with native communities to make a smoking cessation program.

UMN researcher collaborates with American Indian tribes working toward smoking cessation

February 25, 2021
Dr. Dana Carroll and American Indian tribes collaborate to create a five-week, culturally tailored smoking cessation program.
Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul on Friday, June 13, 2020. (Minnesota Daily / Jasmin Kemp)

State higher education committees recommend eight candidates for regent elections

February 25, 2021
Four of the 12 Board of Regents seats at the University of Minnesota are up for election this year.
‘Disorders of disconnect’: How the pandemic affects students with eating disorders

‘Disorders of disconnect’: How the pandemic affects students with eating disorders

February 14, 2021
The pandemic has intensified challenges for students managing eating disorders.
Boynton Health, the COVID-19 testing site for the University of Minnesota campus, sits empty on Sunday, Oct. 25.

Boynton sees a 25% dip in new mental health patients during pandemic

January 24, 2021
Some say the difficulty of connecting with a counselor online may be contributing to the decrease.
An empty lot stands across from the Cargill building, on the University's St. Paul campus, on Monday, Oct. 19.  The lot will be the site of the proposed Microbial Cell Production Facility.

Regents take next steps on BioMADE collaboration

January 9, 2021
The University projects that the partnership will result in a net cash flow of about $270,000 during the initial five-year period.
University faces $166 million deficit, extends employee furloughs and pay cuts

University faces $166 million deficit, extends employee furloughs and pay cuts

December 16, 2020
The University of Minnesota is extending pay reductions and furloughs into June 2021, due to an expected budget shortfall of around $166 million.
How reporting COVID-19 violations works at the U

How reporting COVID-19 violations works at the U

December 15, 2020
Policies, and consequences, may vary depending on whether students are subject to University housing rules, just the Student Conduct Code, or are part of Greek life.