Three administrators from the University of Minnesota, Morris are in Washington D.C. today through Saturday to make a presentation during the Association of American Colleges and Universities annual meeting.
Focus of the conference is "Intentional Learning, Unscripted Challenges: Knowledge and Imagination for an Interdependent World."
UMM Chancellor Jacqueline Johnson; Lowell Rasmussen, associate vice chancellor for physical plant and master planning; and Sandy Olson-Loy, vice chancellor for student affairs, will talk on the topic, "Back to the Future: Re-inventing a Green Learning Environment," between 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25.
AAC&U is the leading national association concerned with the quality, vitality and public standing of undergraduate liberal education.
Founded in 1915 by college presidents, AAC&U now represents the entire spectrum of American colleges and universities--large and small, public and private, two-year and four-year.
AAC&U comprises more than 1,100 accredited colleges and universities that collectively educate more than five million students every year.
For more information about the Green Campus initiatives at the University of Minnesota, Morris, visit www.morris.umn.edu/greencampus/.