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,
At spring semester’s end, students in Mark Voigt’s environmental technology class carried the black walnut grandfather clock they’d crafted across campus and placed it in a niche outside Atwood Memorial Center’s Alumni Room. It was a perfect fit. The handsome piece of furniture and class service learning project was a welcome gift for Atwood, the
Twin brothers Joe ’68 ’88 and John ’67 ’88 Gindele do everything together. The brothers have always lived together, with the exception of a year spent apart during college, and currently reside in Crystal. They both twice attended St. Cloud State University and enjoyed long teaching careers, both employed in the Robbinsdale School District before
The Institute of International Education (IIE) has honored St. Cloud State with the 2013 Heiskell Award for Best Practices in International Partnerships — recognition of the university’s 11-year-old multidimensional partnership with the Universidad de Concepción in Concepción, Chile. “The awards showcase the most innovative and successful models for internationalizing the campus, study abroad and international
Congyu (Chris) Zhang teaches Chinese immersion in the Guang Ming Academy at Madison Elementary School in St. Cloud. Despite being an integral part of a St. Cloud public elementary school, Zhang’s classroom has the appearance of being a world away from the traditional environment of a Minnesota kindergarten room.
Special education professor Kathy Johnson is an example of St. Cloud State’s numerous faculty members whose innovative efforts are expanding St. Cloud State’s internationalization and the university’s reach across the globe. Related links Learn more about Angel’s story. Along with fellow School of Education faculty Ming Chi Own and Martin Lo, Johnson teamed with St.
The 19 eager St. Cloud kindergartners in Congyu (Chris) Zhang’s classroom are among the newest students in the Guang Ming Academy, a Chinese immersion program that owes much of its success to advocacy and support of St. Cloud State School of Education faculty and the university’s Chinese students who are at the core of
Contemporary artist Valerie Snobeck ’03 came to St. Cloud State University in January to make art, connect with students and present her work to the public. Snobeck’s exhibition “Distance Body” at Kiehle Gallery opened with an artist talk held in the building’s basement auditorium, a room filled to capacity. As a student, the highlight of
In 2011, Sarah Drake ’05 ’09, a St. Cloud State University alumna with a master’s degree in social responsibility, travelled to rural Burkina Faso, West Africa, to connect with other women and contribute to their artistic ventures. During her stay in the village of Tiebele, she discovered the community of 63,000 had just nine fresh
An education-abroad experience leaves a student forever changed, with new insight and understanding of the world and the people in it. For students reconnecting with their heritage along the way, a visit to a foreign land can become a powerful milestone. A high percentage of participants in St. Cloud State’s South Africa and Laos/Thailand/Malaysia study