Students in assistant professor Chris Larson's sculpture course, "Site, Environment, Community," might not have been expecting mathematics and power tools to play such an important role in their creation of art.
But then, it's not every class that gets to design and build two holes of mini golf for a world-renowned museum like The Walker Art Center.
Associate Professor of African American and African Studies Keith Mayes talks about this being a time to educate young people about issues of race in the U.S.
Jennifer Johnson of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication comments.
Professor John F. Hart, the University of Minnesota's oldest professor at age 90, said he will end his teaching career next May when he retires after the spring semester.
Would campus "trigger warnings" be helpful? Perhaps. For Regents Professor Madelon Sprengnether's students, painful memories of rape surface in memoir assignments.
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