UMN in the News
St. Cloud Times
The University of Minnesota is asking the Legislature to approve an additional $65.2 million for a two-year tuition freeze.
President Kaler served as a judge for the fifth annual competition.
The University of Minnesota’s research abilities are getting a boost with the addition of a new supercomputer.
Behind Rapson Hall on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank, architecture master’s student Ben Kraft spends 14 hours a day building a miniature home for him and his wife.
Researchers found that out of 95,000 children, those at higher risk for developing autism were not any more likely to develop the disability if they had received the MMR vaccine.
Jenkins has advocated for transgender rights for more than two decades in Minneapolis offices and, most recently, the
University. She started working as the school’s first transgender oral historian earlier this month, a job which will require her to interview transgender people across the upper Midwest and compile their stories.
CBS Radio DC
A series of five studies conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management found that shopping for anything on an empty stomach increases your chances of spending more.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler responded Friday to an expanding group of critics calling for his resignation.
A debate on the U's drug trial policies with U of M Medical School Dean Dr. Brooks Jackson and Leigh Turner, a professor at the U of M's Center for Bioethics.
With the baby boomer generation aging, the number of faculty retirements across the University is expected to rise.