UMN in the News
Dim lighting and ambient noise may lead to more out-of-the-box ideas. U of M Carlson School of Management professor Kathleen Vohs comments on her research.
The University of Minnesota has created an $80,000 scholarship in honor of former President Bill Clinton to benefit two graduate students in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Humphrey dean Eric Schwartz comments.
Morris Sun Tribune
With 532 new students on campus this fall, enrollment is strong at the University of Minnesota, Morris. More than 30 percent of the campus community’s newest members are students of color – the highest percentage in the University of Minnesota system. U of M Morris director of admissions Bryan Herrmann comments.
The Minnesota Daily
On Tuesday, the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum kicked off one of its largest public fundraising campaigns in the nearly 60 years since its opening. The arboretum, which has already raised nearly $45 million from private donors since 2011, hopes to make an additional $15 million from public contributions to fund new renovations and attractions for visitors.
The nature of chimp violence may shed light on barbarism in humans. U of M CLA and CSE professor Michael Wilson comments on his research.
The University of Minnesota celebrated a nearly $16 million renovation on a historic lab Tuesday.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at the U of M Law School on Tuesday.
Nestled along the Mississippi River between new condos and waterside restaurants is an old building where some of nature’s mysteries are being unlocked. It's the U of M's St. Anthony Falls Laboratory and it just got a $16 million renovation. Lab director Fotis Sotiropoulos comments.
The Minnesota Daily
As the University of Minnesota’s strategic plan moves into its comment phase, regents, faculty members and students are saying they want administrators to commit to implementing its proposed policies. U of M Provost Karen Hanson and Board of Regents Vice Chair Dean Johnson comment.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum on Tuesday announced the kickoff of the public portion of a $60 million capital campaign, the most ambitious fundraising effort in its 56-year history. U of M arboretum director Ed Schneider comments.