I am grateful to Governor Dayton for his proposed increased investment in the University of Minnesota. We share a goal to maintain access and affordability for all qualified Minnesota students. With this funding, we will be able to freeze tuition for all Minnesota resident students for the next two years.
An independent review of human subjects research at the University of Minnesota has been completed. The report examines protections within research of human subjects with diminished functional abilities during the years 2011-2014.
February 27, 2015
The University of Minnesota is a world-class research institution with a proud legacy of groundbreaking discoveries that have improved human health and our communities. Protection of human subjects and ethical behavior in that endeavor are of the highest importance.
February 13, 2015
After thorough review and analysis, the University of Minnesota will adopt a market-driven approach to development at UMore Park. This path is reflected in a revised vision and strategy for the unique and valuable Dakota County land.
February 11, 2015
Who: University of Minnesota students from all five campuses state-wide
What: Support the U Day, when students rally on campus before busing to St. Paul to meet with their local lawmakers
February 10, 2015
A $30 million investment in the University of Minnesota Medical School included in Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton’s proposed budget will help recruit and retain top faculty, attract the best medical students and meet the health needs of all Minnesotans.
January 27, 2015
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler today thanked Gov. Mark Dayton for his proposed investments in the University – including half of the funds needed to freeze tuition and $30 million toward the Medical School – and noted he will continue to advocate for the U at the Legislature in the weeks ahead.
The University of Minnesota today announced a $15 million gift to Gopher Athletics from David and Janis Larson. The gift will help fund a new Football Performance Center, which will house football offices, locker rooms, training areas, a weight training center and other areas designed to provide the University of Minnesota football program and student-athletes all of the tools needed to achieve greatness on and off the field.
January 11, 2015
What: Two U of M legislative media events – a morning on-campus briefing with visuals and a mid-day press conference with U President Eric Kaler at the State Capitol
When: Tuesday, Jan. 13 – on-campus briefing from 9:30 to 11 a.m.; Kaler press conference from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. in St. Paul