Amira Zaher came to St. Cloud State University from Mansoura, Egypt with an undergraduate scholarship through the U.S. Agency of International Development (USAID) in Egypt. In 2000, Zaher graduated from SCSU with a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, which she is now using to continue her education while making waves in the STEM field.
Over the next year, six St. Cloud State University College of Science and Engineering (COSE) students along with faculty lead, Assistant Professor Rachel Humphrey, are preparing to take part in the NASA Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (NEBP).
The NEBP immerses teams of STEM students from a wide range of higher education institutions in an innovative NASA-mission-like project in data acquisition and analysis through scientific ballooning during the Oct. 14, 2023 annular and April 8, 2024 total solar eclipses.
A St. Cloud State University Associate Professor and Physics student each presented at an international conference in June while sharing their expertise and findings on research papers they completed at SCSU.
Dr. John Sinko, Associate Professor in SCSU’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, and undergraduate Physics student Brian Davis each presented at the 34th International Symposium on Space Technology and Science (ISTS) and 12th Nano-Satellite Symposium (NSAT) conference on June 3-9 in Kurume, Japan.
St. Cloud State senior Isaiah Okongo is focused on his future in art in his own bold way by not letting a visual impairment get in the way of his talents and successes.
One of the goals of SCSU graduate student Linda Hood has been getting adult changing tables in public restrooms.
In May, Hood was invited to the state capitol to witness Minnesota Governor Tim Walz sign a new accessibility bill into law mandating all new public buildings to have adult changing tables.
Jake Kruger and Raven are a pair that would probably catch your eye if you saw them walking around the St. Cloud State University campus. After all, it’s not every day that a black lab attends an actual lab.
Raven, the black lab, has been at her handler’s side for the past four years. Kruger, who has been blind since the age of two, was united with his seeing eye-dog, Raven, in June of 2019 when he decided to attend St. Cloud State.
St. Cloud State University is providing students considering pursuing their higher education at SCSU with a unique on-campus opportunity to experience all that campus has to offer.
SCSU’s Advising and Student Transitions team is offering prospective students with an Overnight Visit Experience, which welcomes students to an evening on campus while staying overnight in one of SCSU’s residence halls.
St. Cloud State University students from Congo, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Ghana received a unique experience over the Memorial Day holiday.
The international students participated in a five-day, four-night Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) Outdoor Excursion during Memorial Day weekend. This was the first opportunity for these students to fish, hike, canoe and enjoy outdoor recreational activities of this type.
A St. Cloud State University Mass Communications student was recognized as one of the most outstanding collegiate radio and TV sports broadcasters in the country in May.
Junior Anna Behning, who works with Husky Productions and is a News Sports Anchor with UTVS, received 2023 All-American Honorable Mention recognition by the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America (STAA) All-America Program, which recognizes the top collegiate sportscasters each spring.
Four recent Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering graduates spent their senior year gaining valuable industry experience with Coldspring, a natural stone and bronze manufacturer with corporate headquarters only 20 miles from St. Cloud State University.