At a time when student mental health is a significant concern on college campuses nationwide, the President’s Initiative for Student Mental Health (PRISMH) continues to identify opportunities for service delivery, research and partnership.
Two initiatives seeking state funding could dramatically accelerate investments in student financial aid, enhance an existing program and adding a new effort to support students attending U of M Crookston, Duluth, Morris and Rochester.
Learn more about the Board of Regents' action to authorize the repatriation of objects from a collection of Mimbres-affiliated cultural artifacts, a significant step forward in an effort to honor the University’s ethical, moral and legal obligations.
University leaders will outline the development of place-based collaborations with business and other external partners, their important role for the state economy and how they dovetail with the University’s strategic plan.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded the University of Minnesota a $615,000 grant for Mapping Prejudice. This transformational funding will allow the Mapping Prejudice team to build collaborations that can advance racial justice in Minnesota.
During the last governing board meeting of 2021, the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents and President Joan Gabel took stock of the University’s many strategic successes despite the challenges of the past year.
Responding to students’ desire to explore new opportunities for future food service operations on the Twin Cities campus, leadership engaged in extensive review and significant community consultation to inform recommendations presented to the Board of Regents