Three semifinalists are competing to replace departing Winona State University President Judith Ramaley
Gandhi spoke about living with his grandfather before his assassination, growing up in the village of Durban in South Africa during the Apartheid and his thoughts about bullying, environmentalism and women’s issues through nonviolence.
Researchers and science educators are creating exhibits and hands on learning opportunities at more than 200 science museums and universities across the country
Starting this summer, the nursing programs at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College in Bemidji will join forces under a combined Bemidji School of Nursing.
Minnesota students are participating this year for the first time in what organizers call the largest robotics competition in the world.
University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley says the university will largely remove the “Fighting Sioux” logo by the end of December. A memo outlines how UMD will stop using the nickname.
The opening of a new school in Fargo is generating a larger than usual buzz in the community. The Sunday dedication will feature U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
Students in the International Aerial Robotics Competition spend up to a year designing and building small robotic aircraft from scratch.
The lawyer for a former Red Wing high school student says his client had good reason to wait two years to sue for race discrimination.
Why do families spend tens of thousands of dollars for young people to earn college degrees? A worthy question, considering how tuition has skyrocketed, along with the enrollment levels at schools. An online debate at MPR tackled the question: Has a push to increase college enrollment cheapened college standards? This is a wrap-up of the week-long debate.