Art vendors, food stands, children’s activities, musical performances and the Husky Express are features of the Lemonade Concert and Art Fair 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. June 23 at St. Cloud State University.
The Repository @ St. Cloud State highlights the work of teacher-scholars and students at the university across all disciplines.
St. Cloud State University Library finds the intersection between innovations in the classroom and improving the lives of students by making their classes more affordable through reducing textbook and material costs. Jess VanderWerf is fortunate that she has very little she needs to invest in her classes outside of paying for her tuition and fees.
The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) has named Heather Weems as served as the new conference commissioner. She will be the first woman to serve in the role. Weems has served as the Athletics Director of St. Cloud State University since 2012. During this time she has made a lasting impact on the experience of
Registration is now open for St. Cloud State Esports Immersion Camps for high school students interested in gaming and how to run an Esports broadcast. The camps are June 13-14 and June 15-16 on the campus of St. Cloud State University. Only 30 spots are open for students at each camp, so campers are encouraged
Computer Science major Ezigbo Ugochuckwu is a 2022 Disney United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Corporate Scholar. Disney awards scholars a $5,000 scholarship and a paid summer internship at The Walt Disney Company. The students also earn, in conjunction with UNCF, mentorship opportunities and assistance securing possible full-time roles with Disney upon graduation. The 2022 Disney
Employers were on the St. Cloud State University campus this April for the bi-annual meeting of the Career Center’s Employer Advisory Council.
graduates in a series of six Commencement ceremonies throughout the day on May 6.
Showcasing student poetry, fiction, non-fiction and 2-D art, the 2022 edition of the Upper Mississippi Harvest literary and art magazine is sharing St. Cloud State University students’ work with the campus community. Editors released the magazine during a party April 27. The 10-person editorial staff led by head editors Leanne Loy and Chinyin Oleson reviewed
St. Cloud State faculty members shared what it means to them to be a faculty scholar at this winter’s Convocation. St. Cloud State offers a Teacher Scholar Event Series designed to support the development of our teacher-scholar framework by celebrating and showcasing research and scholarly and creative works of St. Cloud State University faculty, staff,