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As U of M president, Robert Bruininks steered $355,000 to U program he now leads

The former University of Minnesota president funneled the money before retiring last summer. The Star Tribune reports the funds support staff and expenses at the Center for Integrative Leadership within the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
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The former University of Minnesota president funneled the money before retiring last summer. The Star Tribune reports the funds support staff and expenses at the Center for Integrative Leadership within the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

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