Heather Peters

The Scholarship Issue

Alumni understand the importance of Morris’s outstanding teacher-scholars. That’s why the UMM Alumni Association celebrates excellence in teaching with the annual UMMAA Teaching Award. This year’s winner, Associate Professor of Psychology Heather J. Peters, is a shining example of all the honor represents.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

How many years has the World Touch Cultural Heritage Week been a tradition on campus? Find out! 

Alumni News

Take Part in Summer Term 2016

With on-campus, online, and hybrid classes, Summer Term is a great way for alumni to take additional courses in a variety of disciplines. Learn more

Register Today: Tinman Triathlon

Register today for Tinman Triathlon—Saturday, April 30, at 9 a.m. Keep reading for more information on race distances, registration information, fees, and rules

We Want You...To Send Us Your Photos

We’re at work on the next Profile, and we want to feature your photos! Babies, weddings, alumni get-togethers: we love sharing your most cherished moments with other alumni and friends. Submit your photos (must be 1MB or greater in size), or let us know if you have questions

The Power of Philanthropy

Thank You for Supporting Student Scholarships

Scholarship support is the most direct way to support Morris students. Thanks to you, private giving supports more than 500 students each year. Scholarships and funds like the McNelly Scholarship in Psychology, Science & Math Fund (support for student travel and research), Study Abroad Scholarship, and Charlie and Carol Berg Scholarship are just a few of the initiatives you can sustain with your gift. You can find more options to give at our giving page. Are you interested in creating your own scholarship? Contact Bill Robb, development officer, at 320-589-6387 or billrobb@morris.umn.edu

In partnership with the University of Minnesota Foundation, all gifts designated to the Morris campus are received by and invested in the Morris campus.

Upcoming Alumni Events

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The UMM/UMTC Joint Symposium "Biology in the 21st Century: Complex Concepts, Amazing Opportunities" served as a potential model for intercampus collaboration.

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Her study of immunotherapy treatments has shaped her entire trajectory—from setting her on a new career path to helping her cope with her mother's cancer diagnosis.

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