The Professional Student Government passed a resolution Tuesday asking the University of Minnesota to strengthen its support of diversity, equity and inclusion in professional schools.
The University of Minnesota’s Graduate Assistant Health Plan is slated to switch insurance providers next September, a move that will offer students a broader network of services. However, some graduate students are concerned about changes to their fitness benefits.
The Minnesota Daily recently sat down with the incoming presidents of Professional Student Government and Council of Graduate Students to discuss their goals and planned initiatives.
In response to alleged gaps found in a literature review on the benefits of nature-based learning, University of Minnesota researchers are recommending further research to make the learning more accessible.
In an effort to improve Student Services Fee recipients' inclusion of professional and graduate students, student governments have requested a question be added to the SSF application.
University of Minnesota Senate committee members have greenlighted a resolution asking for required training for faculty, instructors and student teaching assistants on best practices for accommodating disabilities, solidifying its path to the full senate in May.
A new clinical trial at the University of Minnesota is testing the effectiveness of a new treatment for a common dog allergenic skin disease.
Reporters from the podcast “In the Dark” discussed racial bias in the judicial system during a well-attended University of Minnesota event on Wednesday.
The University of Minnesota Graduate School will prioritize increasing communication between graduate students and their advisers following a vote earlier this month.
President Eric Kaler responded in disappointment on Thursday to some of the Board of Regents’ concerns about a report recommending the renaming of four University of Minnesota buildings.