STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Higher ed OK'd
By Danielle Killey
Minnesota representatives approved increasing by $150 million spending on state colleges and universities.
Higher education, perhaps more than any other area, has been neglected f... Posted on 4/25/13 at 7:38 PM
HEALTHBEAT Nurturing rural health
What does the University of Minnesota Medical School have in common with rural health care?
Readers of the Star Tribune of Minneapolis may have noticed a front-page story this past weekend about a ... Posted on 5/6/11 at 2:26 PM
DRAGON NEWS A listening tour for our next leader
Dr. Steven Rosenstone will take over as chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system in August. Last Friday he visited our campus to listen to several different constituent group... Posted on 3/14/11 at 3:15 PM
THE DULLUM FILE My Seventeen New, Best Friends
Above are the members of the Crookston Student Association who invited me to speak at the University of Minnesota' Crookston's spring convocation today. The CSA is the University's student governing ... Posted on 3/3/11 at 5:47 PM
Guard Malik Smith has signed his tender to transfer from Florida International to Minnesota. Minnesota announced the completion of the transfer on Monday. Smith is following coach Richard Pitino to the Golden Gophers.
The possible merger of Sanford Health and Fairview Health Services faces an uncertain path forward after a rocky meeting Sunday exploring the union and a competing offer by the University of Minnesota.
A proposal for Fargo- and Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Sanford Health to take control of Minnesota’s Fairview Health Services faces opposition, but both companies’ officials say they want to continue talks if it could benefit patients.
he University of Minnesota has proposed that it take over Fairview Health Services, the system that operates the university’s teaching hospital, in a move that could pre-empt a merger between Fairview and Sanford Health.
Throughout his years as an administrator, Norwood Teague has developed a strong network of connections in the college basketball community. Now it's time for the Minnesota athletic director to put that to good use.
Dean Johnson’s first job after being re-elected a University of Minnesota regent Wednesday night was rushing to the state House chambers to thank lawmakers who voted for him. The ex-politician knows the importance of maintaining relationships. “I know 90 percent of these folks,” the former state senator said about lawmakers.
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