Workers with the Summer Food Program fed hundreds of hungry kids this summer. The annual food program served an estimated 60,000 meals this summer. The meals are put together each morning in the Garvey Commons kitchens before being distributed at schools, community centers and apartment complexes throughout the city.
The Herberger Business School at St. Cloud State recently established two new initiatives geared toward students who are looking to develop skills for careers in the sales and sales management professions. Ribbon-cutting celebration The Sales Lab hosted a ribbon-cutting and open house at the Herberger Business School on Oct. 8. View a photo gallery from
The Office of Alumni Relations recently launched Huskies U, a professional development and personal enrichment webinar series for St Cloud State alumni. “We blended best practices with needs that alumni identified in several focus groups we held recently, and we designed this webinar series to enhance professional development and personal growth,” said Terri Mische, St.
Workers in St. Cloud State University’s Visualization Lab are developing software that will help 911 operators pinpoint a caller’s exact location within a campus building. They’ve made a virtual reality tour of campus and have helped make chemistry an even more hands-on science. And they’re just getting started. The Visualization Lab offers many opportunities for
St. Cloud State University has more than 250 clubs and organizations. From joining a fraternity, Bowling Club, Swing Dancing Club or Chess Club there are numerous choices, but if you’re an outdoorsmen one may stand out above the rest. The Husky Bass Fishing Club is starting its sixth year and is growing bigger every season.
St. Cloud State and the SCSU Foundation are celebrating philanthropy and outstanding alumni at the inaugural President’s Club Gala on Sept. 11 at the Regency Plaza in St. Cloud. The university will honor James W. Miller for his philanthropic support and recognize five Alumni Award winners. Miller will receive the first Visionary Award as a
St. Cloud Summer Food Program continues to mature Bianca Ellison’s hands flew as she added pieces of bread to top off sandwiches in the basement kitchen in Garvey Commons on a sunny July morning. The St. Cloud mom is one of about 16 employees of the Yes Network, a non-profit organization that coordinates the St.
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