Thanks to a grant from the Hubbard Foundation, faculty from the Department of Mass Communications will participate in externships with companies in Minnesota and across the United States that are innovators in advertising, public relations, journalism and broadcasting.
Award-winning author Margaret Atwood visited St. Cloud State in November 2015 to give a public lecture for students and the community to a packed Ritsche Auditorium on her novel “Oryx and Crake” — the 2015 Common Reading Program book for first-year students.
Hundreds of St. Cloud area eighth graders studying Anne Frank in language arts or communications classes expanded their understanding by spending a day on campus learning about Anne Frank through the “Reading and Writing Anne Frank” traveling exhibit from the Anne Frank Center in New York.
In recognition of the relevancy of her work in promoting peace, Eddah Mbula Mutua, professor of intercultural communication in the Department of Communication Studies, earned a St. Cloud State University Foundation grant to support the expansion of her work. The grant was funded with unrestricted gifts by alumni and friends to the Foundation.
View the flipbook version of the 2015-2016 Philanthropic Impact Report.
As the chair of the St. Cloud State University Foundation Board I had the privilege of working closely President Earl H. Potter.
View the 2015-2016 Honor Roll of Donors.
2015 Impact Report quick facts.
It was 2014 and Angela Mundis was sending her youngest child off to college and going through a divorce.
A successful year in which the St. Cloud State University Foundation saw giving increase by 15 percent ended in tragedy when our beloved President, Earl H. Potter was killed in an auto accident in June.