University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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The projects give students extended research opportunities to better prepare them for careers and graduate work.
Morris achieved its highest placement to-date and was the highest ranked Minnesota college in the magazine's annual sustainability ranking.
The campus was recognized for its contributions to public good, affordability, engaged students, outstanding teaching, vibrant community, and successful outcomes.
Their successes affirm the strength of the Teacher Education Program at Morris.
The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education's accreditation system ensures teacher candidates are prepared to make a difference in P–12 student learning.
This new scholarship adds to the campus's demonstrated commitment to supporting military students.
Borkenhagen was a three-sport athlete and double-major who graduated with honors in May.
They will spend the academic year influencing policymakers and politicians for the betterment of science.
Projects connect community partners to resources within the University of Minnesota system and throughout the state.
Professor of Physics Gordon McIntosh is attempting to resurrect remote access to this valuable resource.
Their work will help biology-driven researchers identify limitations and errors within their own parameters, allowing for a deeper understanding of the underlying mathematical model.
She will use this opportunity to provide a holistic picture of what happens to rural communities within the context of globalization.
Morris stands outs for the success of its graduates in recent rankings by the personal finance publications.
This is the sixth consecutive year in which the campus has been included on this list of "best and most interesting schools."
Professor of Computer Science Nic McPhee and Laverne Schrock '17 are creating program models that store and analyze change in the process of evolving computer programs.
She worked with Shakopee public schools to encourage student interest in environmental stewardship.
Administered through the Office of the Vice President for Research, Grant-in-Aid Program funds are awarded in the belief that the quality of faculty research and artistic endeavors is a major determinant of the overall vitality of the institution.
Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes professional achievements, public service
Morris campus offices and normal operations will resume tomorrow, Tuesday, May 17.
Due to limited access to restrooms caused by the water main break, Morris Campus offices will be closed on Monday, May 16. Employees are advised to speak with their supervisor regarding work arrangements. May sessions classes will be held as usual. Students are advised to speak with their instructors for further information.