Dr. Ajay Panicker is the interim associate provost for academic and student affairs at St. Cloud State University for the 2022-23 academic year.
Charlie Curtis is the new director of the LGBT Resource Center in the Student Life and Development Division at St. Cloud State University as of July 27.
St. Cloud State, in partnership with Grede Casting and SCR (St. Cloud Refrigeration), earned a $300,000 training grant and $250,000 training grant respectively.
St. Cloud State University is dedicated to empowering students to find their passion, pursue their purpose and claim their future through higher education. One avenue of St. Cloud State’s commitment to those efforts is through Our Husky Compact, providing students with unique experiences that go beyond the classroom.
St. Cloud State University’s Vice President for Technology Strategy and Chief Information Officer, Phil Thorson, is a finalist for the Twin Cities CIO of the Year ORBIE Awards. The Twin Cities CIO of the Year ORBIE Awards honor chief information officers who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership. Thorson is one of seven finalists in the Nonprofit/Public Sector segment, which covers nonprofit, healthcare and education organizations. Thorson credits his team for this achievement, stating that much of his excitement about being named a finalist for the ORBIE awards is because this recognition represents everyone within his team and their profound impact to the campus community at St. Cloud State University.
St. Cloud State University once again took part in the annual Granite City Days Parade on June 25, 2022 in Downtown St. Cloud.
The 49th annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair, one of St. Cloud State University’s best-known campus traditions, returned to campus June 23 marking the opening of the St. Cloud’s Granite City Days community-wide event.
St. Cloud State University has named Dr. Katherina Pattit as the next dean of the Herberger Business School.