University of Minnesota

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Group.png University of Minnesota  
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MottoCommune vinculum omnibus artibus
Formation1851
HeadquartersMinneapolis, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Type• Public
• Flagship University
• Land-Grant
• Sea-Grant
• Space-Grant
Other nameGolden Gophers
The Technical Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota was a US partner of the Integrity Initiative

The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (the U of M or Minnesota) is a public land-grant research university in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Twin Cities campus has the ninth-largest main campus student body in the United States, with 51,327 students in 2019–20.[1]

The Technical Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota was a US partner of the Integrity Initiative.[2]

University of Minnesota faculty, alumni, and researchers have won 26 Nobel Prizes[3] and three Pulitzer Prizes.[4] Among its alumni, the university counts 25 Rhodes Scholars,[5] seven Marshall Scholars,[6] 20 Truman Scholars,[7] and 127 Fulbright recipients.[8]

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Stéphane Bancel20 July 1972FranceBillionaire
Businessperson
French CEO of Moderna who struck it rich with its first product allowed on the market, a COVID-19 vaccine
Nick Begich6 April 193216 October 1972A US congressman whose small plane disappeared without trace in Alaska, together with Hale Boggs and two other men.
Warren Burger17 September 190725 June 1995Judge
Alden W. Clausen17 February 192321 January 2013USCentral bankerDouble Bilderberg President of the World Bank Group
Nick Clegg7 January 1967PoliticianFormer British politician who served as Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2015. Now works for Facebook
Everett Dirksen4 January 18967 September 1969USPoliticianStrong supporter of the war on Vietnam.
David Durenberger19 August 1934PoliticianSenate Intelligence Committee leader caught rorting travel reimbursements.
Keith Ellison4 August 1963PoliticianAmerican politician and lawyer serving as the 30th Attorney General of Minnesota. He was the first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress.
Donald Fraser20 February 19242 June 2019USPoliticianSingle Bilderberg Mayor of Minneapolis
Orville Freeman9 May 191820 February 2003PoliticianGovernor of Minnesota 1955-1961, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture from 1961-1969.
Thomas Friedman20 July 1953USAuthor
Journalist
CFR, TLC, two Bilderbergs
Miguel Sebastián Gascón13 May 1957SpainPolitician
Economist
Mooted for several top positions in the new PSOE government around 2005.
Lawrence Hafstad18 June 190412 October 1993USPhysicist
Electrical engineer
In 1954, he outlined the principles for export of US nuclear technology. Attended the February 1957 Bilderberg
Hubert Humphrey27 May 191113 January 1978Politician
Robert Jensen14 July 1958Academic
James A. Johnson24 December 1943USPolitician
Deep state operative
US politician, Bilderberg Steering committee, various USDS connections
Ron Johnson8 April 1955USPoliticianWisconsin's Republican Senator
Diana Johnstone1934USAuthor
Journalist
Max Kampelman7 November 192025 January 2013Diplomat
Spook
Deep state functionary
Very spooky diplomat
William D. Mitchell9 September 187424 August 1955Lawyer
Walter Mondale5 January 192819 April 2021USUS Vice President 1977-81 under GHWB
Thomas Nides1958USBanker
Deep state operative
Government official rewarded with job at Morgan Stanley. Board member of Atlantic Council. United States Ambassador to Israel.
Archie Norman1 May 1954Politician
Businessperson
John E. Otto18 December 193822 April 2020SpookFBI agent in charge of the Minneapolis and then Chicago field offices, later acting director.
David PerlmutterAcademicUniversity administrator and fundraiser
Lee Raymond13 August 1938USBusinessperson
Harrison Salisbury14 November 19085 July 1993JournalistUS journalist
Rüşdü Saraçoğlu1948TurkeyCentral bankerTurkish central banker, Koç Holding, Trilateral Commission.
Richard Scammon17 July 191527 April 2001USAuthor
Academic
Gene Sperling24 December 1958Senior advisor to US president on COVID-19 Relief
Vin Weber24 July 1952Lobbyist
Neoconservatism
Adviser to 2008 US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney
Ross Wilson1955USDiplomatAttended the 2007 Bilderberg as US Ambassador to Turkey
Hans Zetterberg3 May 192728 November 2014SwedenEditor
Sociologist
Editor-in-chief of Svenska Dagbladet and chairman of the Committee on the Future for the biggest Swedish conservative party. Attended the 1987 Bilderberg meeting.


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