The Repository @ St. Cloud State highlights the work of teacher-scholars and students at the university across all disciplines.
St. Cloud State University Library finds the intersection between innovations in the classroom and improving the lives of students by making their classes more affordable through reducing textbook and material costs. Jess VanderWerf is fortunate that she has very little she needs to invest in her classes outside of paying for her tuition and fees.
Class notes from alumni in the Fall 2020/Winter 2021 edition of St. Cloud State Magazine.
Faculty we remember from the Fall 2020/Winter 2021 edition of St. Cloud State Magazine.
Alumni we remember from the 1960s in the Fall 2020/Winter 2021 edition of St. Cloud State Magazine.
For the Greater Good; Nurturing Social Justice, Activism and Advocacy; We Were Ready: Transitioning to Alternative Ways of Teaching
Michael Shynes’ musical career initially began like any other aspiring artist’s, with the dream of one day being fortunate enough to make a living doing something for which he had a passion.
Mark London ’84, who majored in mass communications, has seen the effects of extreme weather first hand after Hurricane Harvey struck Texas in August 2017.
Q&A with Justin O’Keefe ’97, Senior Vice President & Chief Underwriting Officer at Renaissance Reinsurance Group, on the insurance industry and weather events
Meteorologists and hydrologists across the country work each day to ensure tragedies like these don’t happen today by giving people the information they need to plan and warnings to evacuate. Their mission is to protect lives and save property. Their work is as needed now as it was in centuries past. St. Cloud State graduates are helping to lead the preparation for and recovery from natural disasters like these. They have gone on to work in roles throughout the country.