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Genomics workshop caters to Native American community

Genomics workshop caters to Native American community

By Allison McIlvain

July 5, 2015


Filed under News

The Summer Internship for Native Americans in Genomics (SING) is a University workshop aiming to get more Native American scholars, students and community members interested in genomic studies, and to counteract the underrepresented status of Native Americans in genomic and science-based...

Workshop to discuss Americanization, reverse culture shock

By Stephanie Kim

April 22, 2014


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They make up 21 percent of the University’s student body, represent 115 countries from around the world and help make the University the most diverse public university in the Big Ten. They are the 8,850 international students on campus. On Tuesday, the Asian American Cultural Center aims to change ...