Join us on Monday, October 3 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (program at 12:30) on the Mayo Plaza.
All faculty, staff and students are invited to enjoy music, ice cream and tours of the newly constructed Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facility below the plaza.
One hundred years ago, the University of Minnesota was on the pioneering edge of a new era of standardized medical instruction.
With a gift from the family of Dr. Adolphus Elliot, a Minneapolis doctor whose real estate holdings proved to be quite valuable, the University’s first independent teaching hospital was born.
“We owe so much to the foresight and commitment of those leaders of the day,” said Aaron Friedman, senior vice president for health sciences and dean of the Medical School. “What they did transformed the practice of medicine in Minnesota, and it’s an investment we continue to build on 100 years later.”
Learn more about the family's gift.