Public Engagement at the University of Minnesota

  • The award-winning “Morris Model” promotes clean energy and community connections on a local and international level.

  • Katie Johnston-Goodstar and a team of youth researchers are working to understand how school climate may be negatively affecting Native American kids.

  • The University's Humanitarian Crisis Simulation course aims to build knowledge in the field of humanitarian aid through immersive experience.

  • ANPI

    Minneapolis artist Michael Hoyt’s DreamsLand project is a grant recipient of the Center for Urban and Regional Affair's Artist Neighborhood Partnership Initiative which aims to build more equitable communities.

  • Lauren Martin

    UROC's Director of Research Lauren Martin (right) is the recipient of the University’s 2016 President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award.

  • Students at the U of M's "Philosophy Camp" explore philsophy and community through simple living.

Building the engaged public research university of the 21st century

At the University of Minnesota, public engagement is the partnership of university knowledge and resources with those of the public and private sectors to advance research, teaching and outreach. Read More.

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