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Regents approve FY18 operating budget

U of M sign

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

Fionnuala Ní Aoláin named Regents professor

Ní Aoláin is considered one of the world’s leading scholars in international and human rights law.

Bernard Gulachek named U of M VP for information technology and CIO

Bernie Gulachek has been appointed VP for information technology and CIO, pending approval by the Board of Regents. 

U of M Twin Cities joins American Talent Initiative

U joins national effort to expand access and opportunity for 50,000 talented low- and moderate-income students

13 UMTC students and alumni receive Fulbright Awards

A University of Minnesota banner hanging in Northrop Mall

Program promotes international good will through the exchange of students and scholars in education, culture and science

U of M commencement ceremonies begin April 28

Graduates

Events will recognize thousands of students across U of M's five campuses.

Kaler calls on Legislature to invest in U of M's shared prosperity with MN

Support the U Day

We call upon the Legislature to approach Higher Education funding as the investment that it is.

American Academy of Arts And Sciences elects 3 UMN faculty to 2017 class

Gunnar Hobbie Zuk

Professors Gunnar, Hobbie and Zuk join 58 previous and current members from UMN.

Mary Holz-Clause named next chancellor of University of Minnesota Crookston

Mary Holz-Clause, chancellor of University of Minnesota Crookston

Mary Holz-Clause, Ph.D., has been named chancellor of University of Minnesota Crookston.

U of M president delivers State of the University address

Pillars

Address was grounded in values—including respect for all and its mission as a public land-grant research institution.

Student mental health remains a priority for U of M

Board of Regents to discuss recent trends, ongoing efforts to address them and plans for more mental health care space.

Elisia Cohen named director of School of Journalism & Mass Communication

Elisia Cohen

Elisia Cohen will be the next director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, effective June 30, 2017.

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