U of MN Invites St. Cloud Region Alumni to Evening Event in St. Cloud


University of Minnesota experts offer new insights into our health, our economy, and our lives.

3333 Division Street, St. Cloud

Thursday, November 10

5:30 p.m. - Doors Open
6-7:15 p.m. - Program
7:15 p.m. - Social time with presenters

Hosted by Regent Laura Brod


Hank Balfour
Could a vaccine help eliminate mono, multiple sclerosis, and cancer?

Epstein-Barr virus disease is one of the most common and complex viruses. It can cause mononucleosis, lymphoma, and other cancers, and may play a causative role in multiple sclerosis. The development of a vaccine is among the most promising research at the University of Minnesota

Mark Seeley
Coping with Climate Change

Hear thoughts from climatologist and meteorologist on how, when weather no longer plays by the rules, we must adapt to the new rules of the game. Climate change is creating powerful new short- and long-term effects. You'll learn how to adapt to the new normal of extreme weather.

Ben Winchester
Rural Rebound

We often hear about a rural brain drain-young people leaving their hometowns after high school. Ben Winchester introduces you to in-migration. Young adults and their children are moving into rural communities, often surpassing the numbers of those moving away. This brain gain is a trend we need to sustain.

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Posted on October 21, 2016 .