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UMD athletics: Decision to delay retirement was a no-brainer for Bulldogs' Stromme

Duluth News Tribune 28 Jun 2022
The same was true for her husband, UMD athletics senior development officer Gary Holquist ... It didn’t feel right anymore to leave UMD at that moment, Stromme said ... “We have worked together for a combined 75 years at UMD ... Gabel has said previously she hoped to have an interim chancellor for UMD named by the end of June.
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Local View: McMillan a well-informed transitional leader for UMD

Duluth News Tribune 28 Jun 2022
Coverage in the June 18 News Tribune provided helpful perspective for those who have not followed the process that University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel employed to identify the next leader for UMD ... This is a critical moment of transition, and UMD must emerge intact and prepared to move forward with its next long-term leader.
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Local View: In summertime, the UMD campus only feels empty

Duluth News Tribune 24 Jun 2022
Our students are aboard the research vessel Blue Heron, a boat operated by UMD as part of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System. Directed by faculty from UMD’s Large Lakes Observatory, the Blue Heron takes students (and, sometimes, members of the public) onto the water to do research and to teach science.
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UMd. Children's Hospital plans $600K renovation to emergency department

Business Journal 23 Jun 2022
The state's largest credit union has pledged $100,000 toward the effort ... .
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Retiring Chancellor's View: In 12 years at UMD, we faced our challenges head-on

Duluth News Tribune 23 Jun 2022
the hopeful faces of new students on campus, watching thousands of graduates march in their robes at commencement ceremonies, celebrating championship games, performing with UMD theater students, and feeling heartfelt pride as I announce faculty and staff awards ... UMD leaders and I reached out to every corner of the campus and community for input.
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UMD men's hockey: Four Bulldogs receive invite to USA Hockey's National Junior Evaluation Camp

Marietta Daily Journal 21 Jun 2022
Jun. 21—DULUTH — Four current Bulldogs and one former are among the 60 players who have been invited to USA Hockey's National Junior Evaluation Camp scheduled for July 24-Aug. 3 at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan. Rising juniors Blake ... .
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UMD men's hockey: Four Bulldogs receive invite to USA Hockey’s National Junior Evaluation Camp

Duluth News Tribune 21 Jun 2022
Former UMD defenseman Connor Kelley, who has transferred to Providence, will also take part ... UMD men's hockey ... Bulldogs coaches react to UMD athletic director Josh Berlo's departure for Denver ... UMD athletic director Josh Berlo leaving Bulldogs to take over Denver athletic department ... UMD women's hockey ... UMD men's hockey.
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Former U of M regent denies UMD chancellor application quid pro quo

Marietta Daily Journal 18 Jun 2022
Jun. 18—DULUTH — A retired utility executive who resigned from the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents this week to vie for a temporary job at the helm of the system's Duluth school strenuously denied on Friday that he has ... .
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UMD athletics: Karen Stromme named Bulldogs interim athletic director

Duluth News Tribune 13 Jun 2022
University of Minnesota Duluth chancellor Lendley Black announced in a letter on Monday morning that Stromme will delay her retirement to serve as UMD’s interim AD while the school searches for a replacement for Josh Berlo ... Stromme’s last day at UMD was supposed to be Friday ... Holquist and Stromme retiring after a combined 75 years at UMD.
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Umpire’s Interference Ruling Causes Uproar in UMD-UConn Regional Final

The Bellingham Herald 07 Jun 2022
The controversial call occurred late in Monday’s elimination matchup with the Terps trailing by two runs. View the original article to see embedded media. UConn’s NCAA tournament regional final win ....
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Denfeld’s Bandy heads to UMD, aims for a civil engineering degree

Duluth News Tribune 07 Jun 2022
DULUTH — Ray Bandy wants to be a civil engineer when he grows up ... “It is the way he puts his heart into everything he does and everyone he meets ... ADVERTISEMENT ... Bandy said he wanted to play for the Bulldogs at UMD or the Gophers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities ... “And UMD has a phenomenal engineering program,” he told the News Tribune ... Local ... .
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Republican counties had higher percentage of COVID deaths, U.Md.-led study shows

Wtop 07 Jun 2022
Counties with a higher percentage of Republican voters were found to have experienced higher death rates from COVID-19, according to a new study ... The study said that, after vaccines became available, the trajectory of Republican and Democratic counties visibly diverged ... More Coronavirus News ... Source .

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