A former biology major and Cougar volleyball player, Bailey-Johnson is sustainability director at Bemidji State University and a member of the Cougar Hall of Fame.
Nominators say Burke "has changed student, staff, and faculty lives for the better."
CST gives Minnesota small towns access to UMN Morris talent and resources while providing students opportunities to apply the skills they're learning in the classroom, strengthen their bonds to greater Minnesota, and develop as professionals.
A critically acclaimed romantic comedy by Brooke Berman, Hunting and Gathering explores urban rootlessness and the search for connections—physical and emotional—through four dynamic characters living in New York City.
An internationally recognized medieval scholar, Ericksen has served the Morris campus since 1998.
Their collaboration demonstrates the kinds of opportunities students have at UMN Morris.
Galman is teaching two courses in Education this semester: The Subversive Classroom and Creative Research in Gender, Childhoods, and Families. She also will give two public lectures.
Their successes speak to the global value of a UMN Morris education.
The students spent weeks preparing for the competition, studying the ethical and legal implications of case studies, formulating their positions, and anticipating objections.
This spring Evan Aanerud '20, Fergus Falls, will study in the arts management program at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA). He also will complete a performing arts internship at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA).