Field of Dreams for Environmental Research
SCSU Camp Ripley partnership yields big dividends for students and military.
University initiates premier research prize
SCSU tackles problem of student-athlete concussions
Students hit the streets
New master's focuses on the art of educational leadership
Students, faculty advertising university's merits
"Reporting from campus..."
UTVS-TV student team picks up national honor
Partnership with area newspaper extends reach of SCSU economic report
SCSU partners with government agencies to benefit students, state
SCSU "locates" on Twin Cities campuses
Students talk their way to the top...
From college to career: students get unique help from Career Services
SCSU international enrollment garners attention
Faculty experts help bring understanding to tragic events
Experts come to SCSU to dance on the Mississippi
A living laboratoryLongtime collaboration between SCSU and a military neighbor is a win-win.
Breathing life into an ecosystem alliance
Scientific community plants name of SCSU professor on new species
Welcome to our campus, where English is sometimes taughtNew faculty member brings sense of humor and publishing experience to writing classes.
Committed to the artsStudents have on permanent display evidence of their support for the fine arts.
Hitting a high noteThe author of the most widely used music instruction series in the world hit some false notes on his way to success.
The Wick Legacy: Commitment, integrity, courageThe man whose name now graces a campus building is known for his commitment, integrity and courage.
Change your choices, change your destiny
Alumni Award Winners
2005 Alumni Award Winners
Good Friends Old and New
Men's hockey coach Craig Dahl gone after nearly two decadesFormer Husky player and coach to fill the post.
Ask Alumni: Focus on Yemi DurosaroSumma cum laude biomedical science '05 graduate Yemi Durosaro began classes at Mayo Medical School in July. She's believed to be the first SCSU alumnus to be selected for this prestigious opportunity from among 3,000 applicants who vied for 42 coveted slots.
Mike Nistler '79
Alumni we remember
Faculty and staff we remember
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