St. Cloud State’s Dallas Hahn, St. Michael, earned first place in corporate finance at the career development competition Feb. 26-27 in Minneapolis.
Building wells in Africa, inspiring farmers in Nepal and inspiring students close to home — these are the goals of students who have made a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action. Fifteen students attended the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) University meeting March 6-8 at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., to network, attend
Nearly 100 people gathered Feb. 25 in Atwood Memorial Center to recall a painful chapter in Minnesota history.
More than 60 percent of Minnesotans agree that immigration has a positive impact in the United States, according to findings of the St. Cloud State University Survey. The annual fall statewide survey took a look at Minnesotans’ views on immigration. The topic of immigration is being debated on the national stage as a Texas judge
Anne Abicht, director of athletic media relations, and Tom Nelson, assistant athletic media relations director, are being awarded by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for outstanding achievements and a Hall of Fame class of 2015 nod.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching defines Community Engagement as “the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities.”
Halenbeck Hall will be filled with the cheers and lingo of a competition new to St. Cloud State when the University hosts its first robotics competition. The university hosts a Midwest VEX U Regional Qualifier Competition Feb. 28. The St. Cloud State competition is the largest Vex U regional competition in the United States with
Husky Productions students Elizabeth Burda, Patrick Crooks, Brittany Rooney and Matt Bohach will accept a Best of Festival award at a national convention April 13 in Las Vegas. They are among 17 UTVS TV, Husky Productions and KVSC 88.1 FM students honored by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Festival of Media Arts.
When she’s not applying to medical Ph.D. programs or coaching volleyball, Kari Turkowski ’05 is posing in front of a wind machine for a magazine spread. Turkowski is one of 10 women featured in the February “Prevention” magazine spread “It’s Time to Honor Real.”
Michael Skovera, biomedical sciences major, proposed to Kayla Huberty at center ice during Late Skate, sponsored by the University Program Board in the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on Valentine’s Day — and she said yes. The couple met in high school, but didn’t start dating until April 2012 shortly after Skovera joined the Army