University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
Updated: 49 min 19 sec ago
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.
After 13 years, a campus-community tradition goes virtual.
The publication from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education highlights innovative and high-impact initiatives from colleges and universities.
UMN Morris will utilize the funding to address utility repairs and upgrades, HVAC control upgrades, water infiltration issues and accessibility enhancements.
The plan is intended to help the campus achieve full carbon neutrality, beyond electric.
The theme for this year’s event is “Looking Back, Leading Forward: @HOMEcoming 2020.
The campus moved up one spot on this year’s list of the country’s best public liberal arts colleges.
Work is underway on a new shared softball facility for the University of Minnesota Morris, Morris Area Schools, and the City.
The campus is now fully carbon neutral in electricity because of on-site clean energy systems.
An educator, community leader, and philanthropist, Odden has a long history of service to his alma mater and to greater Minnesota.
Goodnough has been an active and dedicated participant in shared governance at the campus level for 15 years and systemwide for 10.
An active artist, educator, and community member, Campbell shares his love of jazz with students, colleagues, alumni, and others.
An art historian with an interest in public art and the work of women artists, Dabbs writes that she "teaches through art" how to understand the world.
Senior student affairs officer at UMN Morris for two decades, Olson-Loy has devoted her career to developing a comprehensive student-life program rooted in the University's mission as a selective, rural public liberal arts college.