University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler will spend Tuesday, September 20, getting acquainted with some of the many ways the University and the broader community collaborate to improve the well-being of Minnesota’s people and economy.
President Kaler will visit the Fran and Mary Ann Miron dairy farm near the Twin Cities, where he’ll meet with local high school students studying agriculture. His visit underscores the importance the University places on building community between rural, suburban and urban areas.
Health, Science, and Industry Leaders
Kaler will meet with University and industry leaders who work together to create innovative health- and science-related products and services for Minnesota and the world. Hosted by LifeScience Alley.
University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center, North Minneapolis
The president visits Community Day at UROC, celebrating the center’s research collaborations with urban communities.
At the Guthrie Theater, Kaler will meet Director Joe Dowling and representatives of other area arts organizations. He’ll learn about partnerships between these organizations and University arts departments, such as the U of M/Guthrie BFA Actor Training Program, which provides specialized training and opportunities to promising young actors.
Kaler will throw out the first pitch.
Eric Kaler is the 16th president of the University of Minnesota. Curious about the first 15? Visit the Presidential History pages.