The 16th president of the University of Minnesota. Before coming to the Twin Cities in July 2011, he was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Stony Brook University, N.Y. He is only the second alumnus to become U of M president.
Married, two children
California Institute of Technology, 1978; University of Minnesota, Ph.D. in chemical engineering, 1982
Elected to the National Academy of Engineering, is the author or co-author of one edited book and more than 200 papers, holds 10 U.S. patents.
For the second time in two years, the University of Minnesota is fending off accusations that it has one of the most top-heavy administrations in higher education.On Sunday, the Institute for Policy...
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler will be in Washington, D.C., today for a White House higher education summit where President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will announce that...
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler pledged Tuesday to increase police patrols following a rash of robberies and assaults on and near campus, including an armed robbery attempt in a...
Tuition at the University of Minnesota will be frozen for two years, for the first time in decades, under a budget finalized Friday.The U’s Board of Regents approved a $3.6 billion operating...
A ranking has again raised the question: Is the University of Minnesota’s president paid properly?Eric Kaler’s compensation of $653,235 in 2011-12 ranks 32nd among public research...
The U's report to legislators says a new analysis of the administration finds some areas that need attention, including some supervisors with few employees.
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