Teachers of grades five-12 and curriculum supervisors are invited to participate in the “Understanding Global Economic Issues” teacher workshop Feb. 8 in the Voyageurs Room, Atwood Memorial Center.
Central Minnesota’s breakfast and day of service honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. will feature remarks by author and journalist Wil Haygood and an on-site service project.
Poehling wins three WJC tournament awards, including a media nod as MVP.
James Bullard ’84 to share remarks on the U.S. economy and monetary policy.
The marathon’s theme is “Trivia University,” a nod to our Sesquicentennial celebration of 150 years as a school.
Among the more than 575 participants will be Nahida Haq Nworen, who will deliver the student address.
Students hope a crowdingfunding campaign, combined with an anonymous matching donation, will help purchase $10,000 in furniture and equipment for the Veterans Resource Center (VRC).
A trio of immigration experts headline our 57th economic conference.
St. Cloud State’s 103,499 Minnesota alumni will, over the span of their 40-year careers, have contributed nearly $61.2 billion to the state’s economy.
For every $1 in state appropriation, the Minnesota State system generates nearly $12 in economic activity, according to the study.