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Kozma's reseach is wave of future
Archaeology camp
Guaranteed Internship
TIGUrS take root
Autism research


February 2010 Briefs

Bygone Days, The 1940s had its share of ups and downs with celebrity visit, WW II. Read more

Brain Drain? Healthy lunch habits can mean a more productive day at the office. Read more

Ring Container Technologies Inc. has made a $300,000 gift to establish the Ring Companies Professorship Fund in the Herff College of Engineering at the U of M. The Professorships will allow the Herff College to retain highcaliber faculty.

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September 2009
Kozma's research is brain wave of the future
Mathematics professor Dr. Robert Kozma may not be bending spoons and levitating glasses, but he is working on technology that allows people to control machines with their brain waves.
Mickelson's archaelogy camp brings to light Indian settlement
The phrase “Indian artifacts” brings to mind items like flint arrowheads, broken pottery and maybe even a stone tool.
Program guarantees internship to all incoming freshman
An internship can be a life-changing experience — just ask U of M hospitality and resort management major Anthony Fenech.
TIGUrS taking root on U of M campus
East of the U of M’s Elma Roane Fieldhouse, where tennis courts once dominated the landscape, organic gardens are producing herbs, flowers and vegetables.
Autism research gets a different approach by psychology professors
Some autistic patients can talk for hours on a subject and recite facts to the point that it’s socially inappropriate.
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