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The CBS Diversity Collaborative invites you to a photo slideshow and program with photographer Wing Young Huie.
May 6 | 105 Cargill | 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Come see the results of a year-long collaboration with acclaimed photographer Wing Young Huie funded with an Office of Equity and Diversity 2013 Transformation Award.
Congratulations to recipients of 2013 Outstanding Performance Award for Teaching Assistants.
Nicholas Brady // MICB graduate student // TA for MICS 3301
Anthony Chen // GCD graduate student // TA for BIOL 1003
Adam Clark // EEB graduate student // TA for BIOL 3007
Ben Lowe // EEB graduate student // TA for EEB 4129
Wednesday, April 30 | Room 202, St. Paul Student Center | 3-4 p.m.
For CBS undergraduate Ben Akhuetie-Oni, synthetic biology is a creative pursuit.
Ben Akhuetie-Oni is intrigued by the world of research. A biochemistry major active at the bench from the start, he appreciates the role of research in answering scientific questions.
MATLAB software will be unavailable Sunday, April 27, 9 -10:30 a.m. for license server maintenance. New MATLAB sessions will not be available, and existing sessions will be terminated. This work will add support for version R2014a. CBS-RLT will provide updated installers and guides as soon as possible after maintenance is complete.
Maintenance status will be posted on the IT Service Status page at http://systemstatus.umn.edu.
Mark your calendars and spread the word!
April 21 (one day before Earth Day)
Join us at the Art of Recycling event in the Great Hall in Coffman Memorial Union on April 21 from 11am-2pm.
The new marine biology minor is ramping up and connecting students with global efforts to understand changing conditions in tropical reefs.
People’s associations with Minnesota don’t usually include the ocean or scuba diving in coral reefs.
CBS Dean Bob Elde is championing a biology-based approach to boosting achievement in which zebrafish play a starring role.
EEB doctoral candidate Daniel Nidzgorski recognized for advancing social justice and diversity at the U of M.