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Research Sprints: Fueling Grand Challenges research

By April 12, 2018November 8th, 2023No Comments

Hear about the experiences of two University of Minnesota Grand Challenges Research teams as they spent four days conducting research with a team of University of Minnesota librarians. It’s all part of the U of M Libraries’ Research Sprints program.

The projects highlighted in the video are:

The CREATE Initiative:

Co-developing Research and Engaged Approaches to Transform our Environment, which is led by Kate Derickson.

The CREATE Initiative supports solutions-oriented research and graduate training designed to address the Grand Challenges of “Assuring CleanWater” and “Fostering Just and Equitable Communities.”

Wild rice in Minnesota and the Great Lakes region:

A flagship for environmental preservation and Indigenous resource sovereignty. Crystal Ng and Diana Dalbotten from the research team were interviewed for the video.

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