University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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This is the campus's third Gold Star rating.
The campus was honored for "making a vital and tangible difference" in the community.
The guidebook praises the campus as a comprehensive liberal arts college.
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The communication and journalism professor will deliver two lectures and teach a two-credit Communication and the Environment course.
Wu has advocated for international students and encouraged them to get involved on campus.
The area of emphasis will prepare students to lead in a carbon-constrained future.
Morris is the only public college on AASHE's list of baccalaureate sustainability leaders.
After graduating from Morris, alumni Naomi Olive '13 and Jared Walhowe '09 continue to work on food systems and sustainability.
Student interns in the Office of Sustainability work with campus administration and Facilities Management to cut down on energy usage and costs.
Once again the education services company has named the University of Minnesota, Morris one of the world's most environmentally responsible colleges.
Morris was ranked #2 in the state and #34 in the nation.
Morris added a fully electric vehicle to its fleet, thanks to alumnus Matt Privratsky '11.
Facilities Management works on campus and beyond to reduce landfill waste.