In case you missed it, MPR's economics blogger, Paul Tosto, has some solid questions for Eric Kaler, the sole presidential finalist at the University of Minnesota:
How does the U get to the middle of its peer group on key measure?
Where will the money come from to drive those bioscience buildings?
What about tuition?
His post is chock full of data and charts. I wish they'd been asked at the forum last night.
Then again, maybe someone can ask them at this mornings Q & A over at the U:
Public Interview with the Board of Regents - Thursday, November 18, 2010, 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. McNamara Alumni Center, Sixth Floor Boardroom.
The forum will be streamed on the internet.
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