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Committed to the liberal arts mission of UMD, University Honors provides some of our most motivated students the opportunity to push themselves academically and personally. University Honors students graduate by achieving the highest academic standards and by engaging deeply in a broad array of honors-level academic courses, cultural and leadership experiences, research and creative expression projects, and meaningful work within the Duluth community. University Honors students commit hundreds of hours of work to expand their undergraduate experience.


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Female Employment and the Coronavirus Pandemic

Pomerleau, Alison C (2021-11)
This paper analyzes the differentiated effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns and partial industry shutdowns on female and male employment by observing historical employment level data and by evaluating its growth rates ...

Rebranding & Revamping the University of Minnesota Duluth Safewalk System

Wedel, Heidi (2021)
The University of Minnesota Duluth is home to the Safewalk system, which has student safety escorts walking fellow students who call in every night to their destination. Their presence on campus is not well-known and ...

The Effect of Electronic Cigarettes on Objective Vocal Measures as Compared to Users’ Perceptions

Dingmann, Sara (2021-05)
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the impacts of electronic cigarette use on vocal parameters compared to the impacts of tobacco cigarette use. In addition, this study served to determine participants’ ...

Political Tolerance and Ideology: Ideology as a Determinant of Political Tolerance

Skroch, Tiffani A (2021-05)
This study examines whether or not political ideology is a strong determinant of political tolerance, as has been found in previous studies. Participants of this study (N = 258) were asked to complete a survey asking ...

Comparative Study on Elder Care in Fredrikstad, Duluth, and Sefrou: Reality for Elders Living in Three Small Urban Cultural Contexts

Myrah, Stine (2021-04-29)
As the world population ages, the need for elder care continues to increase. Current systems are struggling to keep up with the demand, and those providing care to the elderly are often overworked and overstressed. In ...

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