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Dr. Henry Morris, Dean of ...
Dr. Henry Morris, Dean of Institutional Diversity at MNSU, shares his knowledge of navigating and pursuing a college education.
Special thanks to Dr. Henry Morris, Dean of Institutional Diversity, for offering Dreamline students guidance on navigating systems and overcoming systemic obstacles to pursue a meaningful career path.
Thanks to this wonderful partnership, The Sanneh Foundation
will be coordinating a spring visit for Dreamline students in St. Paul and White Bear Lake schools.
Scott Olson, provost and vice president ...
Scott Olson, provost and vice president for Academic and Student Affairs, along with Henry Morris, interim dean of Institutional Diversity, will oversee the implementation of the new direction.
They have been designed by the ...
They have been designed by the student members of Eco-Lect, Ella Wood (managing director), Sarah Cottrill, Tom Clarke, Robbie McMichael, Harry Morris and Josh Kriskinans who have had them manufactured for businesses and households.
Dreamline Visits Minnesota State University, Mankato for the First College Visit in the Program's History
Dean Henry Morris got us off to a good start with his welcome, Senior Director Kelly Meier's office generously supported the event, and Megan Heutmaker coordinated the orientation and the tours with professionalism.
Board members also heard from Harry ...
Board members also heard from Harry Morris, Bank of Zachary CEO, regarding a cooperative endeavour between the Zachary Community School District and the proposed Americana YMCA.
Morris, a new member on the YMCA board, said he's in charge of fundraising for the new $10 million facility which would include a heated swimming pool and six tennis courts.
Zachary High swim and tennis teams have to travel to other locations to compete and practice, but as part of the agreement, Morris
said the athletes could use the YMCA
"We want the schools to partner with us," Morris
would give Zachary athletes the opportunity for year-round development."
said the 26,500 sq. ft. YMCA facility would accommodate the needs of the schools, including the addition of extra lanes and scoreboards, if the board agreed on the proposal.
As outlined in the cooperative endeavour, the ZCSB
would invest $200,000 toward the construction of the YMCA
, which would be paid over a five-year period.
Plans on the pool portion of the YMCA
are expected to be completed next week and construction set for March 2012.
said the facility would take 400 days to complete.