The University of Minnesota-Duluth campus had to make major changes to its art programs this year due to budget cuts.
The March Board of Regents meeting also gave regents a chance to discuss the Murphy Warehouse property sale.
The Board of Regents met in Duluth Wednesday to plan for the University's longterm goals.
Gabel's administration will implement more training for faculty department heads on sexual harassment and assault as part of the ongoing initiative.
The Minnesota Daily interviewed President Joan Gabel this week.
Striking is now off the table for the union, but some members are still discontent with the final offer. The union has been without a contract since July.
“Student mental health is a critical topic,” Gabel said. “This attribute affects our student's ability to progress to achieve and in the worst case is a question of life or death.”
Along with the Wagenstein Historical Library of Biology and Medicine, the library will attain new amenities and technology to encourage collaboration between medical fields.
Named "Quali-tea," the group hopes to inspire a more community-based way of taking in data.