The influence of the St. Cloud State Department of Criminal Justice can be seen far and wide.
Civil-rights activist and alumnus Jaylani Hussein ’11 will present “Islamophobia in Minnesota” 5 p.m. Feb. 2 in Ritsche Auditorium.
Lt. Col. Rodmen Smith ’94, DNR assistant enforcement division director and 19-year veteran of the department, will be the agency’s new enforcement chief.
On Friday, Jan. 8, Alison Feigh ’10, Program Director of the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, a program of Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center, has been invited to speak to Ellsworth Middle School students on “Protecting Your Online Footprint.”
Business conditions in the greater Mankato region are expected to soften during the next several months, according to a new report from the Secretary of State’s Office.
The unemployment rate remains low, which is good news for workers, but challenging for businesses looking to hire.
Jeff Oxton ’98 is named assistant chief police in the St. Cloud Police Department. Brett Mushatt ’07 is promoted to commander.
As almost 1,000 fall graduates prepare for the next step, six students share their St. Cloud State story.
The majority of Minnesotans believe the state is headed in the right direction according to results from the SCSU Survey.
Results from the fall SCSU Survey once again show that the vast majority of Minnesotans believe climate change is occurring and is an important issue for the state.