J. Girard Griggs ’12 is putting his skills in medical device regulation to use as an interdisciplinary scientist with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Washington D.C.
The Department of Theatre and Film Studies is partnering with the St. Cloud Film Festival to showcase film work by students and alumni during the broader community-wide celebration of film.
A dark comedy of two Minnesota hitmen and the women who hire them to kill their boyfriends is coming to the Performing Arts Center’s Arena Stage Oct. 18-23.
St. Cloud State University is partnering with the St. Cloud School District and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota to help expose youth to college life and encourage them to think about their education beyond high school.
Six students have earned two-year scholarships facilitated by a Scholarship for Service Award this fall semester.
Your presence, your photos, will keep alive memories of Holes Hall.
The Minnesota Highway Safety and Research Center (MHSRC) is conducting a Teen Driving Skills for Life Event July 16 in an effort to target teen driver crashes and fatalities.
The Potter family has designated the St. Cloud State University Foundation as the primary beneficiary of memorial gifts in honor of the late President Earl H. Potter III. The family desires to create an endowed scholarship fund that will honor President Potter’s values and commitment to students.
St. Cloud State is offering four new graduate certificates to enhance the skills of teachers and educators throughout the region.
River toxicity on a microscopic scale comes into focus in a new virtual reality video created by four St. Cloud State University faculty members.