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Open access articles authored by members of the University of Minnesota community. See the University of Minnesota Open Access Policy for Scholarly Articles that went into effect January 2015.

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Long-Term Services and Supports, Single Payer, and the Ethical Questions Involved

Kirkeide, Marina; Wagner Sherer, Madeleine (2021-08)

Using Native Plants: National Satellite Program

Meyer, Mary Hockenberry (University of Wisconsin Extension and University of Minnesota Extension, 1996)
A 2-hour national satellite video program that was produced by the University of Minnesota Extension and University of Wisconsin Extension. This educational program includes several on-site videos from native locations in ...

2021 Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference Program & Presentations

Bhattacharyya, Rani A; Linscheid, Neil; King, Eric; Hawkins, Jennifer (University of Minnesota Extension, 2021-09-10)
Entrepreneurs will help create the future of Minnesota. That's why the Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities (CEC) conference will, for the third year, bring together entrepreneurs, business leaders, economic development ...

Adolescent Sleep and Mental Health Across Race/Ethnicity: Does Parent-Child Connectedness Matter?

So, Marvin; Perry, Nicole B.; Langenfeld, Adam D.; Barnes, Andrew J. (Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 2021-04-22)
Objective: Sleep is vital for healthy development, yet most adolescents do not meet recommended nightly hours. Although racial/ethnic minorities often experience relatively worse sleep outcomes compared with White peers, ...

Dealing with Endogeneity to Understand the Societal Impact of the Third Sector: Why Should We Care and What Can We Do About It?

Cheng, Yuan (Daniel); Choi, Jung Ho (2021)
Endogeneity is often regarded as a key barrier in establishing the causal relationship between the third sector and its societal impact in empirical research. Through a systematic literature review of the quantitative ...

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