Research, a top 5 legislative performance measure

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Jan. 8, 2013 - From increased graduation rates to more student financial aid to the growth of sponsored research, the University of Minnesota has far exceeded a set of performance goals established by the 2011 Legislature. Learn more about how UMN produced $847 milllion in research and development expenditures in fiscal year 2011, up $106 million from 2009.
~Related: Star Tribune, Dec. 14 article

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