College of Continuing Education News
One of the defining characteristics of our humanity is our need for connection, to feel loved. What happens when society stands between you and your happiness?
No longer a "vanity press" industry, self-publishing has become a viable channel for aspiring authors to retain creative control over their work.
What was the impression of the native Melanesians and French colonists when the US troops arrived to defend the South Pacific? "It was as if the Martians had landed."
Iran has grown and redefined itself for centuries, changing its name, leadership, and religion. But what have been the guiding ideals of this nation, and what does it want to be today?
The promise and potential of additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, are an exciting flare in the cultural imagination.
Dr. Craig Packer works to conserve the last great lion and wildlife refuges in Africa, going up against ancient tribal traditions and modern-day trophy hunting.
It is a great time to be in IT. As more and more people's lives go digital, there have never been so many ways to make a positive impact on the world and lead a satisfying life in the process.
Minnesota Public Radio's Bob Collins hit the nail on the head November 30 when he wrote: "We throw 'giant' around too much, but Minnesota really did lose a giant today when it was announced that Hy Berman has died at age 90. The history professor at the University of Minnesota was so much more."
Originally performed at a fundraiser for Dublin hospitals, and intended to be performed around Easter, Handel's Messiah is an instructional oratorio sourced from diverse scriptural texts to describe the life of Jesus.
Protecting the Piping Plover means protecting the entire Great Lakes-area dune ecosystem, which is threatened and destroyed by hikers, ATVs, and beach development projects.