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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