News and Perspectives
An exhibit explaining the importance of treaties between Native peoples and the U.S. government has traveled the state for the past seven years, finally making its way to the University of Minnesota last month.
Though the U.S. government stopped creating treaties over 250 years ago, those treaties still determine the rights of Native peoples and where they can operate as a self-governed nation.
Saturday, October 7, 9:00am -2:00pm, 101 Walter Library, East Bank, Lunch will be included.
Join the Art of Participatory Leadership Team for a free leadership development opportunity centered around the campus climate initiative at the University of Minnesota.
McNair Program at-a-glance
The goal of McNair Scholars is to give undergraduate students intensive, faculty-driven research experiences and prepare students for entry into graduate school. During the 10-week summer research program students:
The University of Minnesota was recently named the “2017 Corporation of the Year” by the North Central Minority Supplier Development Council. This recognition is a reflection of the vision of the University’s Board of Regents decision to develop policy for the creation of a Supplier Diversity program in November 1996.