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.
University of Minnesota anthropology professor Bill Beeman comments on the potential political ramifications of Thursday's downed Malaysian Airlines plane.
Recent research with twins suggests that cultural traditionalism has very deep roots. U of M psychology professor Thomas Bourchard's research is cited.
Associate professor of dance Carl Flink answers 8 questions and talks about his dance company, Black Label Movement, and the inspiration for "Wreck," which runs through July 20 at the Guthrie.
English professor Madelon Sprengnether traveled to Iran this past spring and found "a culture that respects and reveres poetry."
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