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After Morris

Photos from the West Central Historical Research Center, located on the Morris campus.

“The kind of rapport we develop because of the small size of the campus and frequent possibilities for interaction means that I can tailor my recommendations for students’ future plans to the things I know interest them – not to mention that I can really support their applications for graduate school and other opportunities with meaningful advice and letters. These relationships do not end when students leave Morris, and I really enjoy keeping up with my former students’ new experiences.”

—Marynel Ryan Van Zee, associate professor

By studying history, students gain the ability to evaluate evidence, untangle conflicting information, and analyze the impact of change and innovation, particularly important in our changing economy. These skills empower Morris graduates to excel in a number of areas, including:

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