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Alina Palanchuk, RN, BSN, vividly recalls an interprofessional education simulation exercise at the University of Washington, Seattle, where she graduated last year.
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Fedwa Wazwaz is a Palestinian- American born in Jerusalem, Palestine and raised in the US.
University of Minnesota heavyweight Tony Nelson won his third consecutive Big Ten title Sunday at Madison, Wis., and got some payback in the process.
Samsung displays mobile Internet surfing at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain, late last month.
The Nebraska divers travel to Minneapolis, Minn., on Monday, Mar. 10, for the 2014 NCAA Zone D Diving Championships held at the University of Minnesota's Aquatic Center.
In the 1960s the great historian Richard Hofstadter first identified a virulent strain of anti- intellectualism in American life, but thanks to the Tea Party and the recession, its worst traits are still plaguing us.
Some of them may have other things in common such as political parties, or make of automobiles, or color of eyes, but what they all have in common is being from Minnesota.
Rosemond Owens' ticket out of Africa was a good education, and now she helps others in her native country by providing free books.
A quick glance of the history departments of universities in the Midwest will reveal courses of study ranging from the American South to Asian, European and African cultures — even gender and race.
Regular viewers of Food Network's " Heartland Table " -- returning for a second season Saturday, March 8 -- know that host Amy Thielen is a big advocate for sourcing locally raised produce and meats.
Opening night was well attended and for good reason. La RazA3n Blindada brought humor to an otherwise glum recollection of two individuals in prison who survive by meeting in the prison courtyard every Sunday and sharing outlandish storytelling.
With more than 45,000 jobs created last year, one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, and a projected budget surplus of more than $800 million, Minnesota's economy is heading in the right direction.
Joel Karsten has found a way to jump-start spring. Although he does have to wait for the snowbanks to melt just like the rest of us, the University of Minnesota horticulture grad whose claims to fame include coining the Jesse Ventura-era phrase "Our governor can beat up your governor" is first on the block to produce ripe tomatoes.
There's a new effort underway to combat bullying. This time it comes in the form of a bill that Louisiana state lawmakers could soon consider down in Baton Rouge.
Northrop at the University of Minnesota reopens on April 4, 8:00 pm with its Northrop Inside Out Grand Reopening Gala.
Minnesota has a popular teacher bonus program and a new teacher evaluation law educators insist needs dedicated funding to work properly -- how the two will co-exists has long been in question.