Thanks to a gift from Mike Roos ’80 and wife Cindy Goplen, the inspiring stories of young alumni enjoying noteworthy success will be on display for prospective students and their families when they visit the newly remodeled Admissions Center in the Administrative Services Building this fall.
Mike and Karel ’78 Helgeson have shown generous support for KVSC and St. Cloud State University with a gift of more than $100,000, KVSC’s largest gift in its 53-year history.
The work of Ralph Heimdahl ’30 featuring iconic Bugs Bunny comic strips, has come home to St. Cloud State to inspire and instruct future artists and illustrators studying at SCSU.
Since graduating from St. Cloud State University, alumnus Chaithanya Sama ’03 has started a research fund with the SCSU Foundation to support the computer science department in delving more into the areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
After relying on scholarships to help her get a degree in political science from St. Cloud State University, Debra Yerigan ’82 now focuses on giving back to the next generation at her alma mater.
St. Cloud State University graduates and current employees Dan ’01 and Gretchen ’00 Huwe look back at their fond memories established at the Alnwick Castle in England.
Kabao Yang’ 20, who graduated from St. Cloud State University in Spring 2020 with an undergraduate degree in communication arts and literature, is thankful for SCSU in helping prepare her for accomplish her career goals.
Stearns County social worker Farhiya Iman ’11 ’17 has been awarded a 2020 Minnesota Department of Human Services Outstanding Refugee Award. Iman also owned Nori Cafe & Creamery, which announced its closure in August.
NORTHWOODS LEAGUE – Ryan Voz ’98, co-owner of the Willmar Stingers, has been named as the fourth President/Commissioner of the Northwoods League. Voz, who has spent 22 years in the Northwoods League, started as an intern with the St. Cloud River Bats in 1998, was General Manager of the Alexandria Beetles from 2001-06 and was Northwoods