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Morris Hosts Second Annual Holiday Soiree

Join the University of Minnesota, Morris Music Discipline for a flavorful meal and festive holiday concert. More »

Morris Named to Victory Media's 2016 Military Friendly Schools List

This is the fifth consecutive year in which the campus has been included on the list, which honors colleges that support American military service members and veterans as students. More »

Barber Lecture Addresses Relationship between Education and Capitalism

David Tse-Chien Pan, professor of German at the University of California, Irvine, will deliver the lecture. More »

Theatre Season Opens with The Normal Heart

Directed by Professor of Theatre Arts Ray Schultz, the production runs November 12-14. More »

Morris Leads the State in Effectiveness and Efficiency

The Midwestern Higher Education Compact has named the campus the statewide leader in both areas. More »

Enderton '02 Named Latterell Visiting Alumnus

Daniel Enderton '02 will return to campus to discuss "A Career in Clean Energy Start-Ups." More »

Morris to Host Fifth Celebration of Scholarly Accomplishments

This ongoing event showcases examples of outstanding research and artistic activities undertaken by University of Minnesota, Morris faculty, staff, and retirees. More »

Morris Named a Top Performer in 2015 Sustainable Campus Index

The 2015 Sustainable Campus Index highlights top-performing colleges and universities in 17 areas, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System. More »

Blackpack to Perform Standup Comedy S.E.L.L.O.U.T.

Four headliners with four perspectives on one stage, Blackpack uses humor to speak to audiences about race. More »

Center for Small Towns Seeks Proposals for Connecting Students and Community Program

The CSC program benefits communities and organizations by helping to identify, understand, and initiate action on specific needs, pressing issues, and emerging trends. More »

Morris Awarded $360,830 Career Ready Internship Grant from Great Lakes

The campus will create 190 new paid internships exclusively for students with financial need. More »

Morris to Host the Internationally Celebrated AIDS Memorial Quilt

The campus will host a series of public events in conjunction with the display. More »

Latino-Politics Expert to Deliver 2015 Jooinn Lee Lecture

Seguara will present "Latino America: How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Change the Politics of the Nation." More »

Sports Management Students Pursue Internships Opportunities

These internships will provide valuable experiences for students as they prepare for graduation. More »

"Why You Should Get a Flu Shot" This Month at Cafe Scientifique

Rachel Johnson, assistant professor of biology, will lead the discussion on the importance of vaccines. More »

Morris Is a Top Choice for American Indian Students

Winds of Change magazine has again recognized Morris for supporting American Indian students. More »

Upcoming Theatre Season Demonstrates the Value of Different Perspectives

Shows include The Normal Heart, Eleemosynary, Pinocchio Commedia, and 4.48 Psychosis. More »

Roger Rose Becomes Center for Small Towns Director

As an associate professor of political science, Rose is propelled by his interest in local and state policy. More »

Morris's Green Prairie Community Wins B3 Award

The award recognizes eco-friendly initiatives in energy, water, and recycling techniques performed by state buildings in Minnesota. More »

Internationally Renowned Artist Speaks at Morris

On the eve of her visit, Marylyn Dintenfass reflects on her trip to Morris, its importance to the community, and her advice for emerging artists. More »

Morris Will Celebrate Homecoming 2015

Homecoming festivities include sporting events, reunions, alumni and student networking opportunities, performances, and more. More »

Fifth Prairie Gate Literary Festival to be Held this Fall

The festival offers learning opportunities for aspiring writers and literature enthusiasts. More »

MacArthur Genius Visits Morris

As the 2015 Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Liberal Arts, ethnobiologist Gary Paul Nabhan will take part in lectures, discussions, workshops, and classroom visits with students, faculty, and staff. More »

"A Poet and a Scientist Walk into a Bar" This Month at Cafe Scientifique

Athena Kildegaard, lecturer in English and poet at the University of Minnesota, Morris, will discuss intersections of poetry and science. More »

September Community Meal to Feature Indigenous Foods

Community and campus volunteers will prepare and serve a meal that has its roots in Dakota traditions. More »