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Posters  [431]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/185921


This collection consists of public posters advertising events at or associated with the University of Minnesota Duluth, including lectures, seminars, feasts, drag shows, concerts, fairs, and more. Currently the collection contains materials from approximately 2009 through 2020, with more continuing to be added. Please note that this is just a small sampling of the public posters appearing on campus over this time period.


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Master of Education Open House (2019-04-29)

University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Education (2019)
Join us to learn more about the M.Ed. program offered by the Department of Education at UMD. University of Minnesota employees may qualify for the Regents Scholarship to help pay tuition.

Aliento: Transforming Trauma into Hope + Action (2020-03-18)

Montoya, Reyna; University of Minnesota Duluth. Office of Diversity and Inclusion (2020)
Reyna Montoya is the founder and CEO of Aliento, a community organization for immigrant youth and migrant families. Learn about her journey from being isolated to using her voice for advocacy, action, and reaching across ...

Listening in the New Atlantic (2020-03-31)

Rzepka, Adam; Rzepka, Toby; Martins, Edward; Schwarze, Penny; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of English, Linguistics and Writing Studies (2020)
A Discussion and Collaborative Performance combining Renaissance scholarship, historic instrument construction, and sound design to bring the music and soundscapes imagined by William Shakespeare and Francis Bacon to our ...

Master of Education Open House (2020-03-19)

University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Education (2020)
Join us to learn more about the M.Ed. program offered by the Department of Education at UMD. University of Minnesota employees may qualify for the Regents Scholarship to help pay tuition.

Spring Feast (2020-03-31)

University of Minnesota Duluth. American Indian Learning Resource Center (2020)
A celebration of the Ojibwe culture featuring a traditional feast along with a drum & dance exhibition by the Northland Community Schools Drum & Dance Troupe

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