University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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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.
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.
The associate professor of French and interim diversity officer spreads joy through language learning.
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.
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.
The award from the Windgate Charitable Foundation will support student learning and campus facilities.
A German and English grad, Jefferson will spend nine months teaching English in Germany before pursuing graduate study.
Each year the UMN Morris Alumni Association honors faculty for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education.
An environmental science and enviromental studies major, Tatham uses art to process what she learns in class.
The Sustainability Leadership minor will help students from any major develop the skills they need to grow as leaders in their personal and professional lives.
This fresh adaptation of the classic L. Frank Baum novel, directed by Professor of Theatre Arts Ray Schultz and written by Jacqueline E Lawton, runs April 12–13.
Join the UMN Morris jazz program as it celebrates one of America's first musical art forms—the Blues, on Friday, April 5.
Catherine Drake '21 will spend 12 weeks in Germany researching osteoporosis drugs.
Lexi Dant '20 was interested in the program because it offered her the chance to get involved in education policy and, possibly, to someday offer students like her a chance to achieve their dreams.