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Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay

Accolades

Saymoukda Vongsay (Asian American Studies) has won the a Sally Award from the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts which recognizes individuals and organizations who strengthen and enrich Minnesota through their commitment to the arts and arts education.
Queer Forms art exhibit

“Queer Forms” highlights the past, present and future of LGBTQ+ community

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and the first gay liberation organization at the University of Minnesota, the Katherine E. Nash gallery presents “Queer Forms.” The multidisciplinary art exhibition features 100 artists celebrating queer identity including Corinne Teed, an assistant professor of art.
Portrait: Timothy Kehoe

Trump's Tariffs Take Toll On Minnesota Companies and Farmers

The United States and China are in the midst of a tariff battle that has roiled markets. There are also signs that the world economy is slowing, and that’s prompted fears of recession. University of Minnesota Professor of Economics Timothy Kehoe discusses trade tensions, their impact on Minnesota-based companies such as Best Buy and Target, and the overall state of the economy.
Photo of a flagpole with the flag of the United States flying above a flag with the University of Minnesota Block M against a clear blue sky

50 Years Later, Collaboration Continues to Guide Economic Policy

A unique collaboration between two public-serving institutions is celebrating 50 years of shedding light on complex economic challenges. The University of Minnesota’s Department of Economics and the Minneapolis Fed have worked together on economics research since the late 1960s, providing relevant and nonpartisan economic insights to inform policy decisions that protect the financial system and promote economic growth.

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