Winners make a big difference on campus and in the Morris community.
The studio art and psychology major from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe feels good knowing he will leave UMN Morris with a part of him and his Lakota heritage for others from his tribe to see.
Approximately 320 students will receive their degrees at the 56th Commencement on Saturday, May 18.
Sydney Bauer ’19, Assistant Professor of Spanish Tom Genova, and Morris City Manager Blaine Hill ’87 make a big difference on campus and in the Morris community.
The two aim to build a more "wholesome" University of Minnesota Morris through wellness, equity, community, academics, and sustainability.
Award-winners and retirees were honored at the annual Recognition Dinner on Tuesday, April 23.
A biology and psychology major, Kamille "Mia" King '19, Chicago, will help the CDC tackle antibiotic resistance and study Portuguese in Mozambique.
First-year students in Professor Julia Dabbs's intellectual community course created a set of three barn quilts to display on campus, each one representing an era of the school's history.
The award from the Windgate Charitable Foundation will support student learning and campus facilities.
A German and English grad, Jefferson will spend nine months teaching English in Germany before pursuing graduate study.