Minnesota scientists want to keep the state 'Forever Green.'
Betsy McCann aims to educate and inspire.
This lab designs polymers with a purpose.
It would be easy to judge a book by its cover. But when it comes to 2014 US Olympic hockey player Amanda Kessel, the true story lies in all the pages in between. To see the Madison, Wisc., native on ice is to see one the best and brightest players women’s hockey has ever seen. Last year, as a junior at the University of Minnesota, Kessel compiled a dumbfounding (and nation leading) 46 goals and 101 points while leading the Golden Gophers to an unbeaten 41-0 record en route to the Women’s Frozen Four Championship. For her efforts, she was
On Oct. 26, the University of Minnesota made history when it upset Nebraska. It was the first Gopher win over the Cornhuskers since 1960, and was arguably the biggest victory during Jerry Kill’s tenure as head coach. Indeed, many of the events surrounding that Saturday’s game – the second annual Go-Pher Epilepsy Awareness Game – make Oct. 26 a date that will be circled by many fans of both the university and Coach Kill for a long time. After suffering a seizure before the Gophers’ Oct. 5 game in Ann Arbor, Coach Kill and Minnesota Director of Athletics Norwood Teague