December's Board of Regents meeting saw regents publicly interview presidential finalist Joan Gabel and increase non-resident, non-reciprocity student tuition by 10 percent.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted to increase non-resident, non-reciprocity tuition for incoming students by 10 percent and for continuing students by 5.5 percent.
In August, Gila Grad marked one year since surviving a suicide attempt when she jumped from a bridge in Minneapolis.
There’s building excitement about University of Minnesota presidential finalist Joan Gabel as she heads into her interview before the Board of Regents this Friday.
Joan Gabel, the lone finalist selected in the search for the next University of Minnesota president, brings over two decades of experience in higher education, working her way up from professor to business school dean to provost of a major university.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents selected a lone finalist in the search for the next president: Joan Gabel, who could become the first female president of the University.
Members of a Living Learning Community in the University of Minnesota’s 17th Avenue Residence Hall notified staff to the presence of anti-Semitic and white supremacist vandalism in the building last Wednesday.
The University of Minnesota’s Plant Protein Innovation Center — an interdisciplinary research program that will produce and study plant-based proteins — opened Wednesday.
Due to the complicated process of obtaining work visas and the nation's political climate, some international students say securing jobs is becoming increasingly difficult.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler on Friday to talk about the recent midterm elections, the enforcement of a hard-alcohol ban for fraternities and changes in University leadership.