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U of M Board of Regents continue work on system-wide strategic plan

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Regents discussed system-wide strategic plan, introduced new college deans.

FY17 giving to the University of Minnesota is its second highest ever

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The Board of Regents will hear the University Foundation’s annual report, recognize Regents Professor.

Increased alumni engagement efforts paying off for U of M

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Regents also review key goals and state of Gopher Athletics. 

U of M purchases additional community solar subscriptions

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The University is continuing to invest in renewable, locally produced energy sources.

U of M continues progress toward key goals

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Regents receive update on the University Progress Card, a tool tracking progress on high-level institutional goals. 

Regents approve FY18 operating budget

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The budget focuses on access and affordability while making strategic investments and saving costs where possible. 

Regents focus on the future at meeting

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In 2016-17, the University worked to deliver on its mission

 

Regents elect new chair and vice chair

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Regent David J. McMillan is now Board chair. Regent Kendall J. Powell is vice chair. 

Maintaining access and affordability guides proposed FY 18 U of M budget

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President Kaler’s proposed FY 18 operating budget maintains a commitment to access and affordability for all students.

Regents invite comments on proposed 2018 operating budget

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Regents will launch a new online feedback form to gather input on the president’s recommended budget. 

Proposed System Strategic Plan leverages strengths for collective future

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Proposed plan highlights and connects the distinctive strengths that exist across the UMN system.

Regents launch official inquiry into reported leak of confidential info

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In closed session this morning, Regents voted to launch an official inquiry into a reported leak to media outlet.

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