Archive | July, 2013

Homicide in North Minneapolis — A Public Health Issue

Minneapolis, MN, July 29 – The origin of a homicide cluster in North Minneapolis dates back to the early 1960s, say researchers at the Center for Homicide Research. This finding, discovered through an epidemiological approach, will direct upcoming research into community history and the development of interventions to prevent future homicides. There is general agreement […]

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Scholarships Awarded to Seven Center Students

The University of Minnesota held its annual Recognition Reception on May 14th at Coffman Union. This reception is to distinguish students who have received internships through the Community Engagement Scholars Program. Seven students were Center for Homicide Research interns, who over the last year, have each received the $1,500 intern scholarship award. This award is […]

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