University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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A statistics and Spanish alumna, Barta will spend nine months teaching English in Brazil, beginning February 2019.
A data scientist at Securian Financial, Douglas Armstrong '11 will return to campus for a public lecture on October 17.
Sean Parson, associate professor of politics and international affairs and sustainable communities at Northern Arizona University, will deliver the Jooinn Lee Lecture on October 16.
Sonya Posmentier, associate professor of English at New York University, will discuss "Black Reading: Lyrics Of The Color Line" on October 11.
Praised here for its diversity and value, the campus also earned high marks in the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education College Ranking 2019.
An expert in end-of-life care, Kellehear will teach a two-credit course and give two public lectures this fall.
Called "field school" because of its experiential approach, the course asked students to study contextual literature and use that knowledge to craft an understanding of the campus's boarding school history.
The University of Minnesota Morris will welcome new students to campus on Saturday, August 25.
The course, in partnership with the Baltic International Summer School (BISS) and hosted by the Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences, taught students to analyze media messages and to be more aware of how disinformation is created and spread.
The award will help UMN Morris scientists solve grand challenges.
The $10,000 planning grant furthers campus efforts to close college attainment gaps for American Indian students.
The guidebook praises the campus as a comprehensive liberal arts college.
This award will further CST's work with small towns and community groups across Minnesota.
The campus will use the 20-month planning grant to strengthen the place and the understanding of the humanities.
The 2018 capital investment bill, which was signed into law last week, includes $4.5 million in new monies for the University of Minnesota Morris.
The Imagine Fund supports innovative projects in the arts, design, and humanities that may not otherwise be possible.
Grants act as seed money fpr developing projects to the point of attracting more complete, external funding.
Their successes speak to the power and value of a Morris education on the global stage.
The anthropology and art history major will study Urdu before heading to India.