As St. Cloud State University entered its 11th decade serving the people of Minnesota, it did so after a decade of unprecedented growth in the 1960s.
In May, students Chryssa King ’18 and Elizabeth Solarz went on a fishing expedition of sorts. With a specially-equipped Mobile Exposure Laboratory Trailer in tow — a rarity in scientific work — the students traveled to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, on the shores of Lake Michigan as part of a federal program to improve water quality and wildlife habitats in the Great Lakes region.
We had a wonderful year of Sesquicentennial festivities that engaged students, alumni and community members in celebration of St. Cloud State University and its contribution to the state of Minnesota.
Students, employees and alumni at St. Cloud State University are responding to the opioid crisis by preparing students for the field, working each day to serve people in recovery, and focusing on their own recovery to earn their education and inspire others.
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In April, singer-songwriter Jesse McCartney performs to a packed Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom at St. Cloud State University. This is the first national concert at St. Cloud State since 2008. These types of events are fun, generate excitement throughout campus and the community, and invite people from outside St. Cloud State to experience campus. The
When Drs. Mehdi Mekni and Omar Al-Azzam were tapped by St. Cloud State University in 2015 to build the school’s software engineering degrees, they flipped. They flipped the planning model, they flipped the teaching and learning model and they flipped the technology parameters on the program that took in its first students in 2016, built
St. Cloud State will begin celebrating its sesquicentennial in fall 2018 with a year of events leading up to its 150th birthday on Sept. 15, 2019, the anniversary of the first day of classes in 1869.
A call came over the scanner. “There has been an explosion in Atwood Memorial Center on the St. Cloud State University campus.”
Within minutes, police mobilized the scene and secured the perimeter ready to assess the situation, identify and arrest the suspect and provide aid to victims.
Luckily, this was a drill, but it was helping St. Cloud State and the region prepare for an actual large-scale emergency.
Like her mother, Robbyn Wacker rises at 4:30 a.m. most days.
Alta Wacker, an administrative assistant, selected and then called substitute teachers for the school district at that time of day.
Robbyn Wacker prepares to lead a university of more than 13,000 students and 1,500 faculty and staff.