University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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Acting Chancellor Janet Schrunk Ericksen today announced the results of the University of Minnesota Morris “A model for living and learning” campaign, which totaled $31.67 million, or 151% of the original goal.
The University of Minnesota has named Janet Schrunk Ericksen as acting chancellor for the Morris campus.
Chancellor Behr speaks before University of of Minnesota Board of Regents at their June meeting.
Chancellor Behr has led the Morris campus through a strategic visioning and planning process, reaffirmation of accreditation, and record-breaking years of private giving.
This collaboration will strengthen each campus’s enrollment in person and online while allowing them both to provide more effective and efficient recruitment operations.
UMN Morris will utilize the funding to address utility repairs and upgrades, HVAC control upgrades, water infiltration issues and accessibility enhancements.
The campus moved up one spot on this year’s list of the country’s best public liberal arts colleges.
Peggy Flanagan is a mom, member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe, and Minnesota's 50th Lieutenant Governor.
She gave faculty and staff an inside look at what's coming in the year ahead.
The new position is part of a larger plan to reimagine enrollment management at UMN Morris.
Approximately 320 students will receive their degrees at the 56th Commencement on Saturday, May 18.
Award-winners and retirees were honored at the annual Recognition Dinner on Tuesday, April 23.
President Kaler is the 16th president of the University of Minnesota. He will deliver the Commencement address on May 18, 2019.
Economic impact, a campaign celebration, and a visit from United States Senator Amy Klobuchar: 2018 was another great year for the University of Minnesota Morris.
The $10,000 planning grant furthers campus efforts to close college attainment gaps for American Indian students.
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.
More than 360 University of Minnesota, Morris students will receive their degrees on Saturday, May 12.
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.
This ongoing event showcases outstanding research and artistic activities undertaken by faculty, staff, and retirees.
All are welcome to attend the inauguration of Morris's sixth chancellor.