Meet our 2015 Computing and Engineering Scholars, recipients of two-year, $12,000 awards.
The St. Cloud State University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy is hosting a series of laser light shows Oct. 16-Nov. 7 in St. Cloud State’s Planetarium.
Education Abroad announces 16 short-term faculty-led study abroad opportunities for 2015-2016.
The swimming community is very tight knit. St. Cloud State’s Alex Bryson ’15 learned this first hand in high school. His daily reminder for seizing opportunities in life doesn’t come without a price.
St. Cloud State students will be participating in the Northern Spark festival, a city-wide all-night art festival in Minneapolis.
Their exhibit “ReKinect with the Seasons” will be on display at the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis from 9 p.m. June 13 to 5:26 a.m. June 14.
A $614,000 National Science Foundation grant will fund two-year scholarships for 45 computing and engineering students.
The visibility is bright for two St. Cloud State University meteorology students, who earned the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship Award for 2015.
Want to name an exoplanet? Make an internationally recognized mark in space with 16 characters or less? Through its association with the International Astronomical Union, the St. Cloud State University planetarium gets to submit one proposal — an opportunity it’s extended to the community.
Art, science and culture will combine in “Native Skywatchers — Earth Sky Connections,” a series of 12 free art workshops and classes led by four artists with Native American heritage.
Halenbeck Hall will be filled with the cheers and lingo of a competition new to St. Cloud State when the University hosts its first robotics competition. The university hosts a Midwest VEX U Regional Qualifier Competition Feb. 28. The St. Cloud State competition is the largest Vex U regional competition in the United States with