Learning how to think critically, share knowledge, and work with others are three very important components of any career. The more you learn, the more you can learn. Knowledge builds upon knowledge. At the U of M, Crookston we’ll help you acquire and deepen the foundations of your knowledge and gain a better understanding of individual and social behavior. Through the majors we offer, we’ll help you develop an appreciation for learning so you’re equipped to make a real difference.
On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Liberal Arts and Education department I welcome you to our webpage and encourage you to review its content. Our faculty and staff are a talented community of teachers and scholars, engaged with their students, engaged in their disciplines and committed to providing all UMC students are strong foundation in the Liberal Arts. I encourage you to see a sample of our department's recent research and scholarship.
Our department also is home to our Teacher Education Unit which prepares students for teacher licensure and careers as Early Childhood Education professionals. We are also home to the only Criminal Justice program in the University of Minnesota System. Take a moment to review the information regarding our department’s programs in Communication and Applied Studies in addition to Early Childhood Education and Criminal Justice. I think you will find that our department provides a supportive environment for undergraduate research, curiosity, critical thinking and student success!
Jack M. Geller, Ph.D.
Professor and Department Head
Last Day to Cancel a Spring Semester Class
Mar 10, 2014 - 01:00 AM
Spring Break (No Classes; Campus Offices Open)
Mar 17, 2014 - 01:00 AM
U of M Crookston Announces Fall 2013 Graduates
The Office of the Registrar at the University of Minnesota Crookston recently announced its list of fall 2013 graduates. Students completed their degree requirements during fall semester 2013. The University of Minnesota Crookston enrolls approximately 1,800 full-time students and is accredited...
Rachel McCoppin receives 2013 Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Award
We are very pleased to announce that Rachel McCoppin has been selected as one of seven 2013 Horace T. Morse Alumni Association Award winners for Excellence in Undergraduate Education. This award is the highest honor the University of Minnesota bestows on its faculty for excellence in undergraduate teaching and with this award comes membership into the University of Minnesota Academy of Distinguished Teachers. The Liberal Arts and Education Department now has two members of the ADT!
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Interim Department Head
150 Dowell Annex
Executive Administrative Specialist
208 Selvig Hall
Liberal Arts & Education Department
University of Minnesota, Crookston
Selvig Hall 208
2900 University Avenue
Crookston, MN 56716