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The Board of Regents tasked new President Joan Gabel with planning permanent displays and educational activities to address campus segregation as well as with helping to overhaul the renaming policy.
The university expects to end double-digit increases, officials told regents.
FluiDyne, the company he launched in the 1950s, made inroads in markets from Sweden to Japan, earning a reputation for innovation and reliability.
He will work with students on an oral history project.
The review came after concerns about the U's handling of an information request.
The ceremony was designed to herald a presidency that would honor the university's history while at the same time embracing innovation and more fiscal restraint.
The case is the first one filed in Minnesota that stems from last year's landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Student groups want fresher food and more kosher, halal, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Aramark says it has worked to make the changes.
Joan Gabel kicked off her historic presidency at the University of Minnesota this summer with an unapologetically upbeat message: The U doesn’t have pressing problems,…
Red Lake Band funds most of the $35.8 million complex, with Minneapolis' help.