In the new agreement, Fairview will give annual financial contributions to the University’s Medical School and the partnership will unite the two organizations under one brand. The current contract between the two entities will expire in September.
The Minnesota Daily sat down with University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler to discuss tuition increases, the delay of a controversial fellowship and an increase in police presence around campus.
The 88-year-old residential hall closed in spring 2017 for a two-year, $104.5 million renovation project. Construction is currently at the halfway point and is expected to be completed on time and on budget, with the goal to resume housing first-year students in fall 2019.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved a resident tuition increase as part of University President Eric Kaler's fiscal year 2019 operational budget, despite objections from several regents.
A new federal policy will reduce visa lengths for some Chinese international graduate students studying in STEM fields, and many at the University of Minnesota say it will have a negative impact on graduate programs.
The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents passed the fiscal year 2019 budget, discussed ways to increase enrollment and reviewed a drafted plan for a system-wide task force at their June meeting.
The program began with 17 participants last fall, and is now considering applicants for its second round.
Elected to the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents in May, Randy Simonson hopes his science background helps him focus on certain areas of the University, including the medical school and agriculture programs.
The University of Minnesota is offering two new scholarships in fall 2019 to attract first-year international students.
The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents discussed new mental health training programs, the fiscal year 2019 budget proposal and a system-wide strategic plan, among other things at its May meetings on Thursday and Friday.