Commemorating 130 Years of Medical Education at the University of Minnesota

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Andrew Ranallo, Communications and Marketing Manager
April 26, 2018

University of Minnesota Medical School students, staff, and faculty gathered together in the Phillips-Wangensteen Building to kick off a year of celebrations as the Medical School marks 130 years of training Minnesota's physicians. Dean Tolar spoke on the responsibility of all gathered to carry the Medical School's incredible legacy into the future. Dr. Tolar also presented a proclamation from Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton declaring April 26 "University of Minnesota Medical School Day."

See photos from the event below, and find a video of Dean Tolar's remarks on the UMN Medical School Twitter page.

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