The new program will invest hundreds of thousands to help companies get a foothold.
Generation Next promises "many actions" and "no excuses."
Technology is behind many of today's student start-ups -- but being an entrepreneur can be more than making the next killer app.
Higher education officials say the number of applications is artificially high, and makes admission appear more competitive than it really is.
"Institutions in Minnesota, on average, are spending more than what we'd expect given the types of degrees that they produce, the disciplines of those degrees, the faculty attributes -- proportion of full-time / part-time faculty -- and the cost of living," a draft of the report says.
In the fall semester, the university community saw 26 robberies, including four on campus. Thats a 50 percent increase over the average autumn.
Minneapolis building officials are keeping an eye on the University of Minnesota Medical Center complex after yesterday evening's West River Road mudslide. More rain could further erode the slide site, which sits just 10 feet from the hospital's steam plant
It marks the first time that adjunct faculty at a private Twin Cities-area university have agreed to unionize, SEIU said, adding that Hamline instructors will join local 284.
College can be a hard course for anyone, but it's doubly difficult for students who must grapple with school and find a place to sleep each night. An estimated 2,500 Minnesota college students are homeless. It's a group largely unnoticed and unaided on campuses.
The state Office of Higher Education tracked -- for two years -- high school students who graduated between 2006 and 2011. The percentage who took developmental classes hovered around 30 percent.
Since 2010, the number of blacks in the U of M's graduate and professional programs has dropped more than 15 percent to 428.
The new planetarium will fill a gap created more than a decade ago when the planetarium at the old Minneapolis Public Library was demolished, said Steve Birke the Bell's advisory board chairman.
The U of M is among five public universities whose administrative spending has most outpaced spending on students and faculty, concludes the Institute for Policy Studies. University officials call the report "extremely flawed" and "misleading."
The system expects to hold student fee increases to less than 1 percent, and the average increase to room and board will be roughly 3 percent.
University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill and his wife are setting up a fund to pay for training on how to respond to epileptic seizures.