Broken pieces of china, tiny glass beads and ancient tools are among the treasures bringing St. Cloud State University students one step closer to uncovering the history of the Little Elk Unit at the Charles A. Lindbergh State Park. About 175 years ago, the site was the location of an early Episcopal-Methodist mission established among
Q: What has been the most satisfying aspect of coaching Husky Basketball? A: The relationships that I have developed over the years. It has been a privilege to coach at St. Cloud State for all these years in a job that I have truly loved. To have a chance to do something every day that you
It’s widely known that George Clooney directed, co-wrote and stars in the film “The Monuments Men,” a depiction of a World War II platoon’s efforts to rescue art masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their owners. What most don’t know is St. Cloud State’s George Selke, president from 1927-46, had a principal role in
Noted aquatic fauna expert Heiko Schoenfuss is featured in a National Science Foundation (NSF) video for his expertise and research about unusual Hawaiian fish. With support from the NSF, the professor of biology along with other scientists and students from St. Cloud State and Clemson universities have made multiple trips to Hawaii to investigate the adaptation
Julie K. Peters, owner and president of It’s Never Over…the business of learning, a leadership training and development company based in St. Cloud, was awarded the 2013 Outstanding Adjunct Teacher Award by the Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota. Peters is a 30-year adjunct professor of communication studies.
Associate professor Mark Muñiz and his team of anthropologists have tested soil samples in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness that challenge previous beliefs that glacier-led flooding in northern Minnesota caused the earliest humans to inhabit the south. Their discovery leads them to believe the site was home to a settlement 16,400 years ago, which
Tammy (Huddle) McGee has been appointed vice president for finance and administration at St. Cloud State. A 1981 alumna of St. Cloud State with a degree in finance/economics, McGee will lead the division that includes business services, facilities, human resources, bookstore operations, food services and public safety. McGee also holds an MBA from the University
Matt Andrew is the new vice president for University Advancement, the top position for fundraising and alumni engagement at St. Cloud State. Since 2006, Andrew has served as associate vice president of alumni & development programs at Webster University in St. Louis. “I’m looking forward to working closely with President Potter, his leadership team and
Atwood Memorial Center Director Margaret Vos may have retired this summer, but the energy, warmth and style she invested during her 27-year St. Cloud State career will continue to reverberate in the walls of Atwood and the careers of students who followed in her footsteps. Related links Faculty and staff at St. Cloud State make
Scott Miller, professor of music, is the recipient of a $25,000 McKnight Composition Fellowship, an unrestricted grant that acknowledges excellence in music composition. Miller is a composer of electroacoustic, orchestral, chamber, choral and multimedia works performed at venues throughout North America and Europe. He is among four Composer Fellows honored this year by the St.