University of Minnesota, Morris campus news
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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.
The $21 million raised will support student experiences, faculty leaders, historic facilities, and the future of the region.
Stewart chose Morris as her host institution for its dedication to students and to history, mission, and vision.
Chancellor Michelle Behr is traveling the region this week to meet with media outlets, alumni, and other external constituents.
Pending approval by the Board of Regents, Behr will take office February 6, 2017.