University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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UMN Morris announces first privately funded named professorship.
Political science major Isaiah Nielsen ’22 was awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to South Korea.
UMN Morris announces two Fulbright award winners.
Professor of Computer Science Nic McPhee and Professor of English Michael Lackey have earned Horace T. Morse awards, the University of Minnesota Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Education. The award honors excellence in undergraduate education across the University of Minnesota.
Professor of Computer Science Nic McPhee has earned the 2020–21 University of Minnesota Morris Faculty Distinguished Research Award. The award recognizes sustained research of a Morris faculty member over the course of a career.
The former political science and speech communication major brings legal and academic experience.
The award recognizes innovative and impactful programs on college campuses.
Burke stands out for her individualized attention and willingness to help students figure out how to do what they want to do in college and beyond.
Grant funding will support transition to college, first-year experience programming, cultural resources, and student wellbeing at UMN Morris.
Chancellor Behr has led the Morris campus through a strategic visioning and planning process, reaffirmation of accreditation, and record-breaking years of private giving.
Four UMN Morris students received Fulbright awards for academic year 2020-2021.
This collaboration will strengthen each campus’s enrollment in person and online while allowing them both to provide more effective and efficient recruitment operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted the progress of teacher candidates completing practicum experiences and student teaching in PK-12 classrooms.
Awarded every five years, the Federal Student Support Services grant helps college students who are low income or first generation, or students with disabilities.
Founders Scholars explore questions and ideas that increase knowledge of the campus mission.
Rowell is teaching a course in Environmental Studies and will give two public lectures.
The graduating senior combined her passions for French, political science, and African and Black American studies.
Corinne McCumber ’19 knows a rewarding opportunity when she sees one. And her pursuit of new opportunities has continued beyond graduation.
This name honors a founding faculty member of the Theatre Arts Discipline and a leader in Morris campus history.