University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
Updated: 2 hours 23 min ago
Stewart chose Morris as her host institution for its dedication to students and to history, mission, and vision.
Morris computer science students designed an app for a "real-world" customer.
Anderson is one of nine faculty members on the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Council of Faculty Athletic Representatives.
In recent rankings by MONEY, Morris stands out for return on investment.
The campus was recognized by Fiske, College Choice, The Bookmark, and Creative Colleges.
Grants act as seed money for projects that demonstrate the vitality of the University.
Collaboratives represent some of the most innovative work at the University.
The program prepares students for graduate work and for lifelong success in science careers.
The campus community congratulated faculty and staff award recipients and thanked retirees for their service.
Their successes speak to the power and value of a Morris education on the global stage.
The junior biology major is one of three University of Minnesota, Morris students who excelled in the competitive scholarship competition this year.
The award honors faculty who excel in teaching, research, creative activities, advising, academic program development, and educational leadership.
Paulson '20 was chosen to present at TED conferences in New York and Vancouver.
DeBellis was selected for the prestigious fellowship based on her academic record and involvement in student activities at Morris.
Associate Professor of Biology Heather Waye is part of an international team of scientists led by the University of Sydney that has confirmed a frenzied approach to the mating season is resulting in males ageing faster and dying earlier and in worse condition than their female counterparts, who prioritise body-maintenance over short-term reproductive success.
In the new study by Business First, Morris stands out for academic excellence, affordability, diversity, and economic strength.
Professor of Philosophy Pieranna Garavaso has enjoyed a long and distinguished career, producing a massive body of work that has earned her the admiration and respect of colleagues all over the world.
Dean stands out for her creative and highly effective pedagogy, her incorporation of community outreach into her teaching and research with students, and her leadership in redesigning the anthropology curriculum to emphasize service learning.
Jopp's "Creativity Gone to the Dogs: Rediscovering the Creative Process through Drafts of Kate DiCamillo's Because of Winn Dixie" won her the prestigious prize.
This spring William Kiehne '17, Zachary Damond-Midnight '18, Hannah Goemann '17, and Theo Buysse '17 visited Saerbeck, Germany, as part of the University of Minnesota's Leading the Renewables Revolution program.