The precinct plan for the Academic Health Center was completed in 2000 and approved by the Board of Regents in July, 2001. Since then, new buildings have been built, others have been renovated, programs have expanded, and new inter-professional, interscholastic programs are being formed within the AHC and with other areas of the University, including the Institute of Technology and the College of Biological Sciences. Additionally, to support the University’s goal to become one of the top three public research universities in the world, new facilities and new models for delivering health sciences research, education, and clinical care are needed. The AHC Precinct Plan needs to be updated, incorporating these changes and looking to the future.
Documents (preliminary report and executive summary) describing recommendations for the facilities used by the Academic Health Center at the University of Minnesota.
Bock, Terry; Forsyth, Ann.
Transforming the University: Preliminary Report of the AHC Precinct Plan Task Force.
University of Minnesota.
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