Kathy Johnson, associate professor in the Department of Special Education, recently accompanied Zhao Chin Li, known to many as Angel, to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting in New York City. They attended the CGI meeting on behalf of Ginkgo Academy Partnership, a P-16 community initiative among Minnetonka Schools, St. Cloud State, Yangshuo Mountain Retreat creator Chris Barclay and others who
Shawn Jarvis, professor of German and chair of the foreign languages department, has compiled a 368-page hardcover book of 19th century fairy tales written by German women writers. “In the Realm of Wishes” (“Im Reich der Wünsche”) is a collection of tales with classic motifs. “The history of the German fairy tale is being rewritten in this anthology,”
St. Cloud State was a winner of a 2012 Telly Award for the video entry “Earth Science Here and Abroad” featuring Kate Pound, associate professor of atmospheric and hydrologic sciences. The online commercial highlighted Pound’s core sampling research in Antarctica. The Multimedia Services department produced the promotional piece, earning an Online Video Bronze award. The University’s video production team, headed by Jim Bertram
St. Cloud State is one of 487 participating universities involved in the Project Degree Completion: A Public University Initiative with a commitment to increasing the number of undergraduate baccalaureate degrees granted by public universities and colleges by 3.8 million between now and 2025. President Earl H. Potter III signed a commitment to the future statement as part of the initiative through the Association of Public
Renovation of the half-century-old Case-Hill residence hall is delivering more student-friendly comfort, features and space. The $12 million project, completed in August, returned 326 beds to service, ahead of schedule and under budget. Among the many updates are larger, more private bathrooms and air-handling equipment that improved air quality and control of room temperatures. Get more information at scsu.mn/TfKm1l. The Integrated Science
When David DeGroote learned that medical device makers in Minnesota were struggling to fill critical positions, he headed straight to his computer to find out whether he could help.