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Cafe Scientifique Explores Benefits of Ancient WheatCafe Scientifique Explores Benefits of Ancient Wheat

Abdullah A. Jaradat, USDA Agricultural Research Service, will lead the discussion. More »


Montovan '05 Named Latterell Visiting AlumnaMontovan '05 Named Latterell Visiting Alumna

Kathryn Sullivan Montovan '05 will return to campus on Monday, November 3. More »


Fossen Assists Habitat for Humanity  Fossen Assists Habitat for Humanity

Daniel Fossen '15, Burnsville, is conducting a survey for the organization's homeowners. More »


Works by Weeks and Ibarra Grace Morrison GalleryWorks by Weeks and Ibarra Grace Morrison Gallery

Wheel Within a Wheel and Seeds of Babel open on October 30. More »


Morris Welcomed Delegation from GermanyMorris Welcomed Delegation from Germany

The delegation explored research being done on energy and renewable agriculture. More »


Keeler Conducts Local Foods ResearchKeeler Conducts Local Foods Research

Maria Keeler '16 is researching growers and producers of local foods in the west central region. More »


Ryan '06 and Kim Kasl '06 Live Small and Debt FreeRyan '06 and Kim Kasl '06 Live Small and Debt Free

Their sustainable lifestyle was recently featured on FYI's Tiny House Nation. More »


Bill Nye Is Coming to MorrisBill Nye Is Coming to Morris

Nye will present "Big Blast of Science." More »


Theatre Season Explores Fear, Faith, and FantasyTheatre Season Explores Fear, Faith, and Fantasy

The season includes A Midnight Dreary, Dog Sees God, and Many Moons. More »


Humphrey Intern Concludes Service to CSTHumphrey Intern Concludes Service to CST

Tashna Silburn assisted with project development and management. More »


Morris's Sustainability Team Joins Climate Leadership SummitMorris's Sustainability Team Joins Climate Leadership Summit

The team will accept Morris's 2014 Second Nature Climate Leadership Award. More »


Award-Winning Pianist Comes to MorrisAward-Winning Pianist Comes to Morris

Charlie Albright will perform on Saturday, October 11. More »


Cafe Scientifique Explores Borneo and BeyondCafe Scientifique Explores Borneo and Beyond

Michael Ceballos, assistant professor of biology, will lead the discussion. More »


Morris Named to Victory Media's 2015 Military Friendly Schools ListMorris Named to Victory Media's 2015 Military Friendly Schools List

This is the fourth consecutive year in which Morris has been included. More »


Lee Lecture Canceled Lee Lecture Canceled

The lecture will be rescheduled at a later date. More »


Community Coffee Held in Honor of Regents' VisitCommunity Coffee Held in Honor of Regents' Visit

The campus and community are invited to an informal gathering with members of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents. More »


Morris Commemorates the Life of John Q. ImholteMorris Commemorates the Life of John Q. Imholte

The celebration will be held following the Cougar football Homecoming game. More »


Morris Will Celebrate Homecoming 2014Morris Will Celebrate Homecoming 2014

The tailgate party will be held in in the Dining Hall. More »


Barber Lecture Links Literature to Local FoodBarber Lecture Links Literature to Local Food

Frances E. Dolan. professor of English at the University of California-Davis, will deliver the lecture. More »


Morris Welcomes Diverse Incoming ClassMorris Welcomes Diverse Incoming Class

The incoming class includes 413 freshmen and 119 transfer students. More »


Tickets Available for Bill Nye the Science GuyTickets Available for Bill Nye the Science Guy

Scientist, comedian, and inventor Bill Nye is coming to Morris October 14. More »


Driggs Lecture to Look at Law in the Lives of Medieval WomenDriggs Lecture to Look at Law in the Lives of Medieval Women

Ruth Mazo Karras will deliver the lecture on Monday, September 15. More »


Morris Honored by Washington MonthlyMorris Honored by Washington Monthly

The campus was included in both the magazine's public good and affordability rankings. More »


Morris Praised by Winds of ChangeMorris Praised by Winds of Change

The magazine again named Morris a top 200 institution in support of American Indian students. More »


Morris Installs New Photovoltaic ArrayMorris Installs New Photovoltaic Array

The installation was made possible by the campus's participation in the Made in Minnesota program. More »