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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.

U of M President presents 2016 legislative priorities to Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee

Today, University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler presented the University’s 2016 legislative priorities to the Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee.

U of M president to deliver annual State of the University address

University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler will reflect on his first five years in office, and outline his priorities for the upcoming year during his fifth State of the University address.

U of M president to deliver annual State of the University address

University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler will reflect on his first five years in office, and outline his priorities for the upcoming year during his fifth State of the University address.

U of M to host Minnesota Sparks events throughout Greater Minnesota

Beginning in March 2016, the University of Minnesota launches Minnesota Sparks, a series of outreach events to bring its researchers—who are tackling the state’s most critical issues—into conversation with communities across Greater Minnesota.

University of Minnesota Announces Plans for Athletics Director Search

U of M Regents discuss future UMTC campus enrollment, tuition strategies

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A five-year plan to grow and maintain the quality of undergraduate students at UMTC is discussed.

Two University of Minnesota professors elected to the National Academy of Engineering

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities mechanical engineering Professor David Y.H. Pui and civil, environmental and geo- engineering Professor Emmanuel Detournay have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). Both are professors in the University’s College of Science and Engineering.

U of M Board of Regents to discuss key areas of future planning

The February agenda for the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents is highlighted by discussions central to the strategic positioning of the U for years to come.

President Kaler: Governor’s bonding recommendations reinforce U’s importance to Minnesota

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President Kaler: Governor’s bonding recommendations reinforce U’s importance to Minnesota

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