Alumna Taylor Schmit ’16 published an article as first author this June in “The Journal of Infectious Diseases” as a Ph.D. student at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine.
A childhood curiosity has led to a life of research for Shana Rogan ’16 ’18. This December graduate spent her undergraduate and graduate school days at St. Cloud State University researching diabetes with Professor Marina Cetkovic-Cvrlje.
Cassandra Kalinowski ’17 combined her passion for the challenge of engineering and love for helping people into a career in technical selling.
The work of Steve Henningsgard ’17 in the lab as a student at St. Cloud State University is changing how cities and major venues manage incidents and deliver services. Henningsgard was a key player on the student team that conceived and tested the core concepts of the three-dimensional mapping solution, Smart City Map and Smart
Harmony Maslowski ’17 is heading up a three-year, three-county, $337,750 pilot program meant to preserve Mille Lacs’ water quality.
Just a few months out from graduation, Megan Stein ’17 is busy doing what she loves — working with microorganisms.
Irena Jovanovska ’16 is making a name for herself in New Jersey working as an electrical engineer.
When Macy Weller walked across the stage to accept her diploma this May she did so with the confidence of a graduate who knows her future path.
It took a village to prepare Samantha Ivey ’12 to be a lawyer.
A month before her December 2016 graduation alumna Brynne Rist was already putting her criminal justice skills to work on South Dakota highways.