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An American Indian family, smiling

Using an Indigenous Lens

January 28, 2020

UMD Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies is a leader in tribal child welfare worker training.
Boulder Lake ski trail at night

Boulder Night Ski and Snowshoe

January 23, 2020

Duluth experienced its third-snowiest year on record in 2019. But seasoned Northland residents know how to embrace the snow—and encourage... more
John Hatten's 4th grade class

John Hatten: 70 Years as a Bulldog

January 22, 2020

From DSTC grade school to UMD Graduate School dean.
Public health students after their Nic Free at UMD presentation

Students Tackle Vaping Epidemic

January 13, 2020

As part of a public health course, UMD students focus on vaping and e-cigarettes within the campus community.
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Open Faculty Positions

January 7, 2020

Jolene Hyppa-Martin with students

Helping Patients with Dementia Engage

December 16, 2019

Developing guidelines for professionals who interact and communicate with people who are experiencing dementia
Bohannon Hall with snow

Fall 2019 - Faculty & Staff Accolades

December 12, 2019

Highlighting achievements of faculty and staff in the College of Education and Human Service Professions.
Sandra van den Bosse with Ashley Neenan and Rebecca Domagala

More Than a Job

December 9, 2019

When Sandra van den Bosse gets "ticked off" about injustice, she stands up and takes action. "It's a natural thing that I have always done... more
Katie Desautels

Delving into the Mind of Kenya

December 4, 2019

Psychology major researches mental health issues in Kenya.
Jessica Hanson

Research Brief: Preventing Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancy in Native Youth

November 26, 2019

A UMD public health faculty member has been collaborating with several Northern Plains American Indian tribes to address the problem of... more


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