A University of Minnesota Medical School fellowship application was removed from a University website following controversy surrounding its reproductive healthcare training, which included abortion procedures.
In the last hour of session Sunday evening, the Minnesota State Legislature passed an $825 million bonding bill, which would fund about one-third of the proposed infrastructure projects across University of Minnesota campuses if confirmed.
The Minnesota State Senate failed to pass its bonding bill, which contained part of the University’s capital investment request, on a party line vote Wednesday.
A State Legislature committee approved higher education allotments and policies in the supplemental finance omnibus bill Monday, but did not include any of the University of Minnesota’s $10 million request.
Lawmakers elected Randy Simonson to the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents Thursday following his nomination from the floor of a joint convention.
The House and Senate higher education committees nominated two candidates to the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents on Monday to fill Regent Patricia Simmons’ vacant seat.
The University of Minnesota would receive roughly $160 million less than it asked for in its 2018 capital request under a bonding bill released by House Republicans on Wednesday.
Rising home values in neighborhoods around the University of Minnesota have prompted concerns from residents and local officials.
The University of Minnesota paid almost $300,000 in legal settlements to two University employees who reported being sexually harassed by former athletics director Norwood Teague.
Candidates vying for a vacancy on the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents met at the State Office Building in St. Paul on Wednesday to discuss their visions for the school’s governing body.