Ten St. Cloud State University students participated in the seventh annual Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Posters in St. Paul event Feb. 28 displaying their research projects in the rotunda at the state Capitol. This event provides undergraduate students the opportunity to share the results of their scholarly work with Minnesota state representatives and legislators in hopes
Biofluorescence, where organisms emit a fluorescent glow after absorbing light energy, may be widespread in amphibians including salamanders and frogs, according to a study in Scientific Reports by St. Cloud State University professors Jennifer Lamb and Matthew Davis.
A team of students from St. Cloud State University took home first place honors at the 2020 Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) Feb. 8 at Alexandria Technical and Community College.
The Eastman Hall renovation has been celebrated on campus and now it is being recognized statewide with an Award of Excellence from the Minnesota Construction Association (MCA).
The St. Cloud State University Dance Team earned a national title for its Game Day performance Jan. 17 at the College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championships in Orlando, Florida.
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UTVS’ show “Husky Mag” has been nominated for a 40th College Television Award.
Student veteran and manufacturing engineering technology major Brandon Askin is the Fall 2019 commencement speaker.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz paid a special visit to the School of Education at St. Cloud State University on Monday to talk with future educators, meet with university leadership and faculty, and tour the building. Walz, a former school teacher, was launching a weeklong education tour, which started at the Minnesota Rural Education Association Conference
After being deployed overseas as an active member of the Army National Guard in 2011 while attending St. Cloud State University, Jake Kitzmann returned to St. Cloud to earn his degree in 2014 and is now working in Camp Ripley as a natural resource manager.