Bina Contributes to International Review of Development Studies
Work by Distinguished Research Professor of Economics Cyrus Bina was published in a special issue of International Review of Development Studies on the political economy of the Islamic Republic of Iran last week. Bina's paper explores "Iran's Oil, the Theory of Rent, and the Long Shadow of History: A Caveat on Oil Contracts in the Islamic Republic."
Chancellor Emeritus Johnson Presents at St. Scholastica
Chancellor Emeritus Jacqueline R. Johnson spoke on sustainability and the liberal arts at St. Scholastica on April 26 during the campus's celebration of scholarship and the creative arts.
Morris is the #1 “Most Affordable Selective College for Sports Management”
Morris earned the #1 spot on the Sport Management Degree Guide's list of "50 Most Affordable Selective Colleges for Sports Management." Beyond selectivity, inclusion on the list is based on student/faculty ratio, tuition cost, and retention rate.
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Chancellor Behr Speaks Out in Support of the U
As the University of Minnesota faces serious cuts in state funding, Chancellor Michelle Behr joined leaders from across the system to speak up on behalf the U. "Our shared missions are in jeopardy because of the funding levels now being proposed by the Minnesota House and Senate. Our affordable excellence is in danger, and...that means the state's economy, vitality and workforce of today and tomorrow are also at risk," they write. They "urge communities across Minnesota to call upon the Legislature to not shortchange Minnesota's students and their families."
The awards recognize achievements in leadership, education, research, policies, and practices that have resulted in development or implementation of climate change adaptation strategies.