Eight St. Cloud State University finance students attended the Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education Forum March 30-April 1 in Hamden, Connecticut to listen to what professionals have to say about the current industry, but what they experienced outside of the conference is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
St. Cloud State University offers high school students a hands-on way to learn about the health care field.
Music assistant professor Shannon Sadler received an invite to create and perform a six-handed piano version of George Antheil’s “Serpent Mechanique” at the Antheil Festival at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts March 6.
The National Library of Medicine’s traveling exhibit Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture opens March 13 at the Miller Center Library at St. Cloud State.
St. Cloud State University’s Veterans Resource Center earned a $14,200 grant from the Tee It Up For The Troops (TIUFTT) organization to help efforts toward assisting student veterans with scholarships, aiding veterans who have been through traumatic experiences so they can persist in college and funding for the student veteran emergency relief fund.
St. Cloud State Husky DECA took home nine top-three finishes at the Minnesota Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference Feb. 16-17 in Brooklyn Park.
Thirty-eight selected supervisors and managers of Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures and members of Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe are the first cohort to complete the Introduction to Business Leadership project.
The Mexican Consulate of St. Paul and the Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME) presented St. Cloud State University with a $4,000 scholarship grant to expand educational opportunities for Mexican and Mexican-Americans Nov. 22 in part of the IME-Becas Scholarship Program.
Twenty-four St. Cloud State University students earned an experience of a lifetime working at one of golf’s biggest events.
St. Cloud State University earned two awards for program innovation from the Minnesota State system office.