University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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The project, begun as a service-learning project in a political science course, gathered data that will help inform the work of the Stevens Soil and Water Conservation District.
CST gives Minnesota small towns access to UMN Morris talent and resources while providing students opportunities to apply the skills they're learning in the classroom, strengthen their bonds to greater Minnesota, and develop as professionals.
This fall CST is working with 22 students on 16 projects around the state.
This spring CST is putting 28 UMN Morris students to work on 24 projects impacting Minnesotans around the state.
Each year CST works with more than 50 Minnesota communities with populations of 5,000 or fewer, taking on projects that make a difference.
This award will further CST's work with small towns and community groups across Minnesota.
Representing some of the most innovative work at the University, these groups come together to work on a project of common interest.
National research firm says the campus generates an additional $4.9 million in state and local government revenue and supports 1,178 jobs across the state.
For 20 years the Center for Small Towns has been a public face for UMM's public mission.
Learn how rural Minnesota's economy has changed over the past 40 years.
Projects connect community partners to resources within the University of Minnesota and throughout the state.
The Rural Arts and Culture Summit brought together artists, educators, and rural activists to generate ideas about art and inclusion in rural spaces.
Collaboratives represent some of the most innovative work at the University.
Governor and Lt. Governor invite all Minnesotans to participate in conversation focused on water challenges and solutions in Greater Minnesota
The Morris Model demonstrates the campus mission and puts Morris on the map as a model for sustainable innovation.
Projects connect community partners to resources within the University of Minnesota system and throughout the state.
Three leaders from the University of Minnesota, Morris have been recognized for their contributions to civic life.
The CSC program benefits communities and organizations by helping to identify, understand, and initiate action on specific needs, pressing issues, and emerging trends.
The program benefits communities and organizations by helping to identify, understand, and initiate action on specific needs, pressing issues, and emerging trends.
As an associate professor of political science, Rose is propelled by his interest in local and state policy.