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Exercise Science and Wellness and Medical Laboratory Science Majors Added to Academic Choices

July 30, 2015

Students will have two new majors to choose from at the University of Minnesota Crookston in the Department of Math, Science, and Technology. A Bachelor of Science in exercise science and wellness and one in medical laboratory science are the two latest additions to the more than 30 majors offered on the Crookston campus. 

For Senior You Bin Lee, Concentration on New Antibiotics

July 27, 2015

Associate Professor Brian Dingmann and Senior You Bin Lee are at work in the lab this summer at the University of Minnesota Crookston testing concentrations of antibiotics. As bacteria become more resistant to the current antibiotics, the quest for antibiotics to take their place in the fight against infection becomes increasingly important. 

Area Outside Library in Memory of Librarian Jim Carlson

July 23, 2015

Facilities staff at the University of Minnesota Crookston recently landscaped an area outside the Library in memory of Librarian Jim Carlson.

Senior Lydia Hegge Continues the Ongoing Antibiotic Research

July 21, 2015

University of Minnesota Crookston Senior Lydia Hegge, Mentor, Minn., quietly handles the inoculating loop meticulously introducing common pathogens such as E. coli onto a petri dish with agar that had been prepared earlier with a strain of bacteria. 

Research Examines Chemical Behavior, Implications across Disciplines

July 16, 2015

The chemical computations of last summer have taken seniors Emmett LaCoursiere and Michael Laurich at the University of Minnesota Crookston to a lab at Villanova University.