Grants act as seed money for projects that demonstrate the vitality of the University.
Collaboratives represent some of the most innovative work at the University.
The awards recognize achievements in leadership, education, research, policies, and practices that have resulted in development or implementation of climate change adaptation strategies.
The program prepares students for graduate work and for lifelong success in science careers.
The Center for Small Towns, Offices of Community Engagement and Sustainability hope to maximize the University's impact in Stevens County.
Their successes speak to the power and value of a Morris education on the global stage.
The junior biology major is one of three University of Minnesota, Morris students who excelled in the competitive scholarship competition this year.
The award honors faculty who excel in teaching, research, creative activities, advising, academic program development, and educational leadership.
The campus community congratulated faculty and staff award recipients and thanked retirees for their service.
Paulson '20 was chosen to present at TED conferences in New York and Vancouver.