University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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Orientation promises four days of activity, information, and fun to prepare the Class of 2023 for life at UMN Morris.
On August 9, 2019, STELLAR and Gateway students from the U of Minnesota Morris will undertake a Day of Service in which they will volunteer for a variety of community service projects.
The position combines alumni relations leadership with development work.
The new position is part of a larger plan to reimagine enrollment management at UMN Morris.
This year's list highlights schools where students can get a quality education at an affordable price.
The guide features "the best and most interesting" colleges in the US, Canada, Great Britain, and Ireland.
Three individuals and two teams will be inducted into the Cougar Athletics Hall of Fame as part of Homecoming Weekend, September 20-21, 2019.
Bradley Miller, director of choral activities, leads Ensemble Intersection as it builds bridges through music.
Brownlee becomes the youngest collections assistant in Chicago Field Museum’s Anthropology Dept.
A sociology major and biology minor, she hopes to work in medicine one day.
An inventor by trade, Larson spent his career creating new products at 3M and giving back to the community.
The associate professor of French and interim diversity officer spreads joy through language learning.
Winners make a big difference on campus and in the Morris community.
The studio art and psychology major from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe feels good knowing he will leave UMN Morris with a part of him and his Lakota heritage for others from his tribe to see.
Approximately 320 students will receive their degrees at the 56th Commencement on Saturday, May 18.
These outstanding students demonstrate what's best about the UMN Morris experience.
The two aim to build a more "wholesome" University of Minnesota Morris through wellness, equity, community, academics, and sustainability.
Award-winners and retirees were honored at the annual Recognition Dinner on Tuesday, April 23.
A biology and psychology major, Kamille "Mia" King '19, Chicago, Illinois, will spend next year studying Portuguese in Mozambique.
First-year students in Professor Julia Dabbs's intellectual community course created a set of three barn quilts to display on campus, each one representing an era of the school's history.