UMN Morris Faculty, Students, and Alumni in the News
Jonathan Campbell,assistant professor of music, and his Jazz Ensemble I earned third-place honors in the college division of the University of Idaho Lionel Hampton Competition. The competition is one of the largest and oldest educational jazz festivals in the world.
Olivia Carlson ’20, art history and studio art, proposed, designed, and curated "Insectarium" exhibit at Stevens County Historical Society & Museum, spring 2019.
First-year studentsinJulia Dabbs' IC Course, "Art + History, UMM + Community," were shown working on their barn quilt projects in Pioneer Public Television's Prairie Yard and Garden episode on "Barn Quilts & Flowers." The quilt will be unveiled on the UMM Seed Barn in May 2019 and become part of the Stevens County Barn Quilt Trail.
Sarah LaVoy-Brunette '19, art history, classics AOC, medieval studies, had her paper, "Seeing God in Word and Image: The Seafarer and the Fuller Brooch," accepted for presentation at the International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Western Michigan University in May 2019.
Paige Quinlivan's play Moon River (which got a staged reading this past April on campus) was recently performed at the Minneapolis Fringe Festival. It was directed by Maggie Caplan and had original music by Claire McManus. Featured in the cast in leading roles were Katie Rowles-Perich '18 and Bailey Soika '19, recent UMN Morris grads and theatre majors or minors.
Alexa Barta '18, Spanish and statistics, earned a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award for 2018-19. Barta will spend nine months teaching English in Brazil, beginning February 2019, UMN Morris News
Amanda Hudinsky '17, Spanish and secondary education, was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award for 2017-18 in Brazil, UMN Morris News
Drewe Jefferson ’16 earned a Fulbright U.S. Student Program Award, UMN Morris News
Laura Sims Peck '12, anthropology and art history, was named curator of The Warehouse, Urban Milwaukee