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Current Campus News

Morris Will Celebrate Homecoming 2014

The campus will host activities for alumni, students, faculty, staff, and community members. More »


Barber 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 Class

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


Tickets 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 Women

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


Morris Honored by Washington Monthly

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


Morris 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 Array

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


Morris Again Named A Top 10 Public Liberal Arts College

This is the sixteenth consecutive year in which the University of Minnesota, Morris has been recognized. More »


Pratt Receives National Wildlife Federation Fellowship

Anna Pratt '15 will lead community climate discussions and more. More »


Peters Receives Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Grant

Her research addresses American Indian health disparities in and around Minnesota. More »


Morris Exhibits Framing the Field

The opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 4. More »


Morris Awarded College Success Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

Funds support interventions that keep at-risk first-year students on the path to graduation. More »


September Community Meal Will Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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


Campus to Welcome Nobel Laureate

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


The 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 Corporation

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


Faculty and Students Partner on Summer Research

Undergraduate research fosters early professional experience. More »


Fischer 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 Project

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


Students 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 Year

New Student Orientation begins August 24. More »


Sheehan Serves as NWF Campus Ecology Fellow

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


Morris Rises in "Cool Schools" Rankings

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


Lindgren Improves Road Safety

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