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Research identifies Midwest’s energy line expansion as model for regional planning, key in addressing climate change


Humphrey School analysis calls $2.1 billion dollar CapX2020 project a “win-win”

Five Minnesota cities chosen for climate-smart exchange program with Germany

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Duluth, Elk River, Morris, Rochester and Warren will partner with German peers to implement clean energy strategies

University of Minnesota professor elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Tools and blueprints

University of Minnesota Regents Professor Timothy P. Lodge has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation’s most prestigious honor societies.

Rodney S. Hanley named sixth chancellor of the University of Minnesota, Morris

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Update on University of Minnesota, Morris chancellor search

U of M Twin Cities campus enrollment, tuition strategies approved by Board of Regents

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At its meeting today, the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents approved a resolution affirming the underlying values and principles of undergraduate enrollment for all five U of M campuses.

U of M Board of Regents to discuss raising profile of academic health sciences

Health professionals at the University of Minnesota's Academic Health Center (AHC) have a long history of making important discoveries impacting the health of people, animals and communities worldwide.

University of Minnesota professors and alumnus win international award for groundbreaking recommender systems research

Three University of Minnesota computer science and engineering professors and a University of Minnesota alumnus will receive the 2016 Seoul Test of Time Award.

University of Minnesota announces search committee and search firm for Gopher athletics director search

Standard & Poor’s: U of M financial outlook revised to stable


Standard & Poor’s: U of M financial outlook revised to stable 

Kaler: Governor’s supplemental budget proposal reinforces U’s importance

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President Kaler: Governor’s supplemental budget proposal reinforces U’s importance to Minnesota

$100 million in HEAPR funding tops University of Minnesota 2016 capital request priorities

As part of the University of Minnesota’s 2016 capital request of the Legislature, U of M officials today emphasized the urgency for $100 million in critical Higher Education Asset Preservation and Replacement (HEAPR) projects to maximize and extend the life of facilities that serve students, faculty and staff system-wide.

University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Rochester Campuses Meet All 21 Accreditation Requirements

The University of Minnesota recently received news from the Higher Learning Commission that the commission has formally accepted the conclusions of the accreditation team that visited the Twin Cities and Rochester campuses last October.