The St. Cloud State University Men’s Hockey team honored one of the best to ever take the ice for the Huskies when they retired the jersey of 21-year NHL veteran and three-time Stanley Cup Champion Matt Cullen in January. The Huskies retired Cullen’s No. 9 jersey during a pregame ceremony ahead of SCSU’s game against Colorado
Leah Neidecker, who earned her Bachelor of Science in Ecology in 2013, is a program manager in aortic medical science with Medtronic. She collaborates with key opinion leaders in the vascular and cardiothoracic surgery specialties to deliver the most relevant, accurate and data-driven training to health care professionals.
Something incredible is happening at Annandale Art & Textile Center, as Diane Nelson teaches weaving at the Center and supervises the Heart of the Lakes Weavers — a vocational weaving program for people with social or developmental disabilities and alternate learning styles.
The Dowd’s Crowd sensory kits, buffer the sights and sounds of a packed hockey arena for kids who are sensory sensitive. Families are now able to enjoy the thrill of attending a hockey game together.
Three St. Cloud State University alumni have put their educations into action in their respective career fields.
St. Cloud State University’s 2023 annual Leadership Breakfast took place Thursday, June 8 at Union Depot in St. Paul.
President Robbyn Wacker was part of a panel with John Bryant, CEO of GeoComm, and Aaron Fisk ’04, Senior VP of Custom Partnerships with Microbiologics. The panel, moderated by SCSU Foundation President Lynne Warne ’85, discussed the importance of private and public partnerships in higher education.
Four recent Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering graduates spent their senior year gaining valuable industry experience with Coldspring, a natural stone and bronze manufacturer with corporate headquarters only 20 miles from St. Cloud State University.
Marc Vaillancourt has been named the Associate Vice President for Philanthropy at St. Cloud State University.
As Associate Vice President for Philanthropy at SCSU, Vaillancourt will partner with Vice President for Advancement & Alumni Engagement Nic Katona to provide strategic leadership, direction and management for philanthropy programs and initiatives.
Nearly 600 St. Cloud State University alumni, faculty and staff, students, fans and supporters showed their support for St. Cloud State and the Minnesota Twins during SCSU Night at the Twins game on May 9 at Target Field in Minneapolis.
A St. Cloud State University alumna and her husband have made a gift that will benefit not just SCSU, but the regional community as well.
The Linda ’74 and Richard Offerdahl Autism Discovery Center was publicly announced April 26 inside St. Cloud State University’s Brown Hall.