In a systemwide email sent out June 5, Gabel outlined modifications, including multimodal classes and an end to in-person courses by Thanksgiving break, she is suggesting to promote the health and safety of students and faculty.
With select areas of campus reopening following the guidance of state officials, a growing number of researchers at the University of Minnesota are resuming their work.
President Gabel answered questions from students, faculty and staff and discussed topics including the status of fall semester and the University budget in a virtual town hall meeting Wednesday.
One order of business for the regents has been measuring how the switch from in-person to online classes has impacted learning.
The career services include webinars, individual advising and job search assistance.
The Minnesota student teaching requirements are changing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Minnesota pays Zoom approximately $281,000 each year.
At a special meeting on Tuesday, the Board of Regents approved a tuition freeze for most University of Minnesota students in 2020-21.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is buying equipment like iPhones and head mounts for remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Minnesota has collected tens of thousands of pairs of gloves and hundreds of N95 masks from researcher donations.