Workers in the Visualization Lab are developing life-saving software. They’ve begun working with Oculus Rift technology. They’re making chemistry even more hands on. And they’re just getting started.
By the numbers 25 years serving as director of the Women’s Center 1 director since the center was founded 1 assistant director/coordinator of gender violence prevention program 372 student employees, interns and volunteers at the Women’s Center since 1989 90,629 students have participated in a mandatory educational program on the prevention of sexual assault between
St. Cloud State University graduates made up three of the 5 Under 40 honorees for 2014 named by the St. Cloud Times. All three are graduates of the Herberger School of Business. Jamie Henkemeyer ’00, 39, is a principal at CliftonLarsonAllen, a national accounting firm. He is a volunteer with the United Way of Central
St. Cloud State University students launch St. Cloud’s newest FM station in January when RadioX KVEX 97.5 programming officially joins the St. Cloud airwaves.
A discussion on Facebook inspired an ’09 mass communications graduate to call attention to the hostility women face from some men on online dating websites. Another woman on Facebook had posted a screenshot of a message she received from a man on OkCupid trying to start a conversation. When the woman didn’t respond within 12
Workers with the Summer Food Program fed hundreds of hungry kids this summer. The annual food program served an estimated 60,000 meals this summer. The meals are put together each morning in the Garvey Commons kitchens before being distributed at schools, community centers and apartment complexes throughout the city.
Workers in St. Cloud State University’s Visualization Lab are developing software that will help 911 operators pinpoint a caller’s exact location within a campus building. They’ve made a virtual reality tour of campus and have helped make chemistry an even more hands-on science. And they’re just getting started. The Visualization Lab offers many opportunities for
St. Cloud Summer Food Program continues to mature Bianca Ellison’s hands flew as she added pieces of bread to top off sandwiches in the basement kitchen in Garvey Commons on a sunny July morning. The St. Cloud mom is one of about 16 employees of the Yes Network, a non-profit organization that coordinates the St.