University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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Partnership Between UMN Morris and West Central Initiative Fund Results in Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence
The University of Minnesota Morris is home to a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence for the 2021–22 academic year.
Acting Chancellor Janet Schrunk Ericksen today announced the results of the University of Minnesota Morris “A model for living and learning” campaign, which totaled $31.67 million, or 151% of the original goal.
The project, begun as a service-learning project in a political science course, gathered data that will help inform the work of the Stevens Soil and Water Conservation District.
Upon her retirement, Chancellor Emerita Jacqueline R. Johnson picked up research she began before her tenure as chancellor.
Graduate Nerissa Dolney ’21 plans to increase access to mental health care in Native American communities.
John Driscoll ’71 and Peter Falkum ’80 are recipients of this year’s University of Minnesota Morris Distinguished Alumni Award.
Doug Reed has been named director of the Morris Challenge, a new program that will work with teams from rural communities to tackle challenges facing rural areas.
Two members of the University of Minnesota Morris community have earned the University of Minnesota President’s Award for Outstanding Service: LeAnn Dean, director of Briggs Library, and Peh Ng, chair of the Division of Science and Mathematics and professor of mathematics.
The University of Minnesota has named Janet Schrunk Ericksen as acting chancellor for the Morris campus.
Chancellor Behr speaks before University of of Minnesota Board of Regents at their June meeting.
The Morris campus expands sustainability efforts throughout West Central Minnesota
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.