University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
Updated: 1 hour 19 min ago
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.
Morris faculty member recognized for exceptional dedication to students, Latino community
Rodney S. Hanley named sixth chancellor of the University of Minnesota, Morris
More than 360 University of Minnesota, Morris students will receive their degrees.
8th Annual Bread 'N Bowls event raises awareness and funds for local organizations.
Morris teacher, writer, editor recognized for groundbreaking literary scholarship.
Summer term offers the opportunity to continue a flexible and efficient education at Morris.
UMM partners with Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences for student education in the globalization of mass communication.