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September Community Meal Will Celebrate Hispanic Heritage MonthSeptember Community Meal Will Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

The next Morris Community Meal will be served on Monday, September 1. More »


Campus to Welcome Nobel LaureateCampus to Welcome Nobel Laureate

Renowned biochemist Dr. Peter Agre will meet with students, faculty, and staff. More »


The Sketchbook Project Comes to MorrisThe Sketchbook Project Comes to Morris

All are welcome to contribute to this worldwide art collection. More »


Morris Earns Continuation College Success Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty CorporationMorris Earns Continuation College Success Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

Continued funding sustains successful programs that boost retention and completion rates. More »


Faculty and Students Partner on Summer ResearchFaculty and Students Partner on Summer Research

Undergraduate research fosters early professional experience. More »


Fischer Educates Public About HoneybeesFischer Educates Public About Honeybees

Kelly Fischer '17, Roseville, is developing a honeybee educational installation with the Prairie Ecology Bus Center. More »


Wente and Kildegaard Work on Solar Energy ProjectWente and Kildegaard Work on Solar Energy Project

Jordan Wente '15 and Arne Kildegaard are optimizing a solar energy plan for a local dairy. More »


Students Look at Atmospheric ConditionsStudents Look at Atmospheric Conditions

Shelby Richard '15 and Jieying Jin '15 developed research tools for halo observation. More »


Morris Will Welcome Students for an Exciting New YearMorris Will Welcome Students for an Exciting New Year

New Student Orientation begins August 24. More »


Sheehan Serves as NWF Campus Ecology FellowSheehan Serves as NWF Campus Ecology Fellow

Sheehan increased climate literacy and clean energy usage in Minnesota. More »


Morris Rises in "Cool Schools" RankingsMorris Rises in "Cool Schools" Rankings

The campus is one of Sierra magazine's top 40 "Cool Schools" for 2014. More »


Lindgren Improves Road SafetyLindgren Improves Road Safety

Michael Lindgren '14, Crystal, assesses transportation and safety issues along Highway 68. More »


The New Standards to Open Performing Arts SeriesThe New Standards to Open Performing Arts Series

The group plays with the freedom of jazz and a love of pop and rock tunes. More »


Morris Exhibits Framing the FieldMorris Exhibits Framing the Field

The traveling exhibition will be on display August 20 through October 20. More »


Barbour Receives Grant for HCl Emission ResearchBarbour Receives Grant for HCl Emission Research

His work will improve biomass plant emissions and functionality. More »


National Science Foundation Extends Funding for New Research ExperienceNational Science Foundation Extends Funding for New Research Experience

"Indigenous American to Indigenous Borneo—Adventures in Biology and Biodiversity" is led by Assistant Professor Michael Ceballos. More »


Applications Available for "Connecting Students and Communities" ProgramApplications Available for "Connecting Students and Communities" Program

The application is open through Wednesday, August 20. More »


Morris Value Recognized by Forbes MagazineMorris Value Recognized by Forbes Magazine

The University of Minnesota, Morris is among the best educational values in the nation. More »


Community Needs and Assets Assessment to be PresentedCommunity Needs and Assets Assessment to be Presented

The comprehensive study was conducted by University of Minnesota, Morris faculty and staff. More »


Sungur and Perfetti Research Data SonificationSungur and Perfetti Research Data Sonification

The team studies the effects of sound in data analysis. More »


Johnson Spends the Summer At Harvard ForestJohnson Spends the Summer At Harvard Forest

Alayna is examining the relationship between climate and deforestation. More »


CST Students Assist Alexandria Watershed AreaCST Students Assist Alexandria Watershed Area

Francis Reed '16 and Benjamin Odegaard '16 look for invasive species, write articles for the Lake Ida Association newsletter, and help with water sampling from surrounding lakes. More »


STELLAR Program Welcomes International StudentsSTELLAR Program Welcomes International Students

The program improves international student performance and creates friendships. More »


Cougars Earn USTFCCCA AwardCougars Earn USTFCCCA Award

It is the second consecutive year in which the Cougars have earned this honor. More »