St. Cloud State aims to trim 20 percent from its $3.7 million annual utility costs, thanks to an Xcel Energy commercial efficiency program. The program is expected to improve energy efficiency in campus buildings, a move that aligns with St. Cloud State’s long-standing commitment to reduce carbon emissions, promote environmental responsibility and save money on
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.
Three faculty members have been chosen as Miller Scholars Award recipients in recognition of projects that will take their record of motivation, excellence and leadership in teaching and learning to the next level. Theresa Estrem, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, and Chaturi Edrisinha, assistant professor of applied behavior analysis, were recognized for their
Drew LeBlanc’s career as a St. Cloud State student is climaxing April 12 as he holds in his hands college hockey’s version of the Heisman Trophy. Related links » Photo gallery: Drew LeBlanc through the years At center ice of the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn., LeBlanc accepts the 40-pound Hobey Baker Memorial Award,
St. Cloud State University firmly etched 2012-13 into the men’s Husky Hockey record books with a season that included four historic firsts for the University. Related links » More about Huskies in the Frozen Four » Drew LeBlanc Husky career highlights The Huskies posted a 4-2 victory over Wisconsin in Madison on March 8, earning St.
The phrase student-athlete rang true throughout 2012-13 as St. Cloud State student-athletes excelled in intercollegiate competition and academics. Several student-athletes won National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division II individual national championships and were named to Capital One Academic All-America teams. To top it all off, seven Husky teams won conference titles. Senior Shamus O’Grady, Coon
Sunny skies brought thousands to campus for the 40th annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair featuring more than 250 art vendors and musicians including the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra. The event also kicked off the city’s Granite City Days events and marked the start of the summer edition of the university’s Celebrate! St. Cloud State
With degrees in hand, about 1,200 students participated in Spring Commencement 2013 in Halenbeck Hall and are now ready to take the next step. Some may even be going to work for the world’s largest companies that actively recruit St. Cloud State students including Wells Fargo, Target, ING Direct, U.S. Bank and the U.S. government.