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Governor Dayton shows strong support for University of Minnesota

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Today, President Eric Kaler responded to Governor Dayton's budget recommendations. 

Career readiness, affordability highlighted in U of M's legislative request

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The University’s request advances student success, critical research and affordability for students and families.

Governor Dayton’s bonding recommendations support U of M, future of MN

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University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler responded to Governor Mark Dayton’s bonding bill proposal released today.

Humphrey School Recognizes 19 Local Government Projects

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“Top Innovator” for long-term impact to be recognized at public event

Proposed FY18-19 biennial budget request benefits state, students, faculty

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The U of M’s proposed FY 2018-19 biennial budget request benefits U students, faculty, and Minnesota residents.

President Kaler: Special session necessary to finish Legislature’s work

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Today, University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler responded to the 2016 session of the Minnesota Legislature.

Kaler: Senate Capital Investment Committee Bill Reinforces U’s Importance

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President Kaler: Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee bill reinforces U’s importance to the state

Support the U Day rally held March 29

On Tuesday, March 29, more than 150 University of Minnesota students from all five campuses will rally on Support the U Day to advocate for the University’s 2016 legislative requests.

Chaos or Coherence: Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next President

Senator Amy Klobuchar will open a panel discussion on foreign policy challenges facing the next U.S. President with China, Russia, the Middle East, and around the world

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.

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.

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