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Current Campus News

Jordan Wente '15 Named a 2014 Truman Scholar

The award recognizes students' academic and leadership accomplishments. More »

Morris Premieres New Sustainability Leadership Program

Sustainability Leaders for the Future will integrate and expand the campus's leadership and sustainability offerings. More »

Cafe Scientifique to Focus on Behavioral Economics

The discussion will take place on Tuesday, April 29. More »

Summer Term Gives Diverse Learning Options

Degree and nondegree seeking students can enroll in a variety of summer courses. More »

Students Rally for the University of Minnesota

Morris students speak with state legislators on undergraduate education funding More »

Ajibewa Leaves his Mark at Morris

Tiwaloluwa Ajibewa '14 reflects on his University of Minnesota, Morris career. More »

Assistance Available through "Connecting Students and Communities" Program

The program provides assistance to local units of government, K12 schools, and community based organizations. More »

Undergraduate Research Symposium Showcases Scholarship and Creative Activity

The event celebrates student achievement across all disciplines. More »

Help Morris Win Climate Leadership Awards Video Contest

Voting is now open for the public voting competition. More »

Sheri Breen Receives 2014 UMMAA Teaching Award

The award honors faculty for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. More »

Uncommon Women Rule on the Morris Stage

Performances of Uncommon Women and Others open April 10. More »

Burks Receives Faculty Distinguished Research Award

The award recognizes sustained research productivity of a Morris faculty member. More »

Peter Bell to Serve as 2014 Commencement Speaker

Bell is a distinguished author and community leader and former member of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents. More »

Circle of Nations Indigenous Association to Host 30th Annual Powwow

Dancers from across the United States and Canada come for this annual social gathering. More »

28th French Poetry Contest to Celebrate Francophone Language and Verse

The contest will be held on Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in the Student Center's Oyate Hall. More »

All Invited to Attend Prairie Gate Literary Festival Events and Workshops

Literary enthusiasts will enjoy readings, workshops, and discussions with nationally and internationally recognized authors. More »

Cafe Scientifique Asks, "Organic Food: Fact or Fiction?"

Brad Heins, assistant professor of organic dairy management at the University of Minnesota's West Central Research and Outreach Center (WCROC), will lead the discussion. More »

CST Announces 2014 Symposium on Small Towns

This year's symposium is titled "Understanding Rural Migration: Myths, Trends, and Opportunities Exposed." More »

36th Annual Jazz Festival Begins April 4

Featuring pianist Kevin Harris and trumpeter Darren Barrett, the festival promises to be a unique and soulful experience. More »

President Kaler to Give 2014 State of the U Address

The address will begin on March 6 at 3:30 p.m. More »

University of Minnesota, Morris Again Named Best Value by Kiplinger's

Morris was recognized as both a "Best College Value Under $30,000 a Year" and a "Best Value in Small Colleges." More »

Lamberty Helps With Traveling Science Exhibit

Kristin Lamberty, associate professor of computer science, provided STEM focused lessons to the International Falls community. More »

Morris Named a "Greenest University" by

The online resource praised 50 schools for launching impactful initiatives to reduce their carbon footprints. More »

Hofer to Participate in HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program

Hofer can take part in this prestigious experience through Morris's Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Pathways to Science Program. More »

Morris to Host UMAC Women's Basketball Finals

The game will tip at 7 p.m. against Northwestern. More »