University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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The rock musical, directed by Professor of Theatre Arts Ray Schultz, runs November 1–4.
Renowned authority on North Korea Joel S. Wit will speak on Wednesday, November 1.
A partnership between the University of Minnesota, Morris and Stevens Community Medical Center offers students life-changing opportunities and makes Morris stronger in the process.
The prestigious grant program prepares eligible students for doctoral study.
Luis E. Cárcamo-Huechante will discuss "Acoustic Colonialism: Indigenous Resonances and Responses from Mapuche Territory" on October 24.
After graduating from Morris, alumni Naomi Olive '13 and Jared Walhowe '09 continue to work on food systems and sustainability.
Projects connect community partners to resources within the University of Minnesota and throughout the state.
Performing in a style called theatrical hip hop, FLY Dance Company offers fun, fast-action, educational shows scripted and designed to deliver entertainment, knowledge, and important social messages.
Today the University of Minnesota, Morris premieres a video celebrating campaign priorities and progress.
Student interns in the Office of Sustainability work with campus administration and Facilities Management to cut down on energy usage and costs.
The season includes rock musical Spring Awakening, poetic drama Eurydice, and the children's play Step on a Crack.
Once again the education services company has named the University of Minnesota, Morris one of the world's most environmentally responsible colleges.
Students begin their first semesters of college armed with the skills they need to succeed.
Homecoming festivities include sporting events, reunions, performances, and more.
All are welcome to attend the inauguration of Morris's sixth chancellor.
Morris was ranked #7 among the nation's Top Public Liberal Arts Colleges.
Torri Jordan '17 and Megan Schrader '17 are two new Morris grads starting the school year at exceptional institutions.
The $21 million raised will support student experiences, faculty leaders, historic facilities, and the future of the region.
R. Marie Griffith will discuss "Sex, Politics, and the Fracturing of American Christianity" on Thursday, September 21.