Outlook

4/3/2006

Exploring the World and Our Place in it!

Outlook - Exploring the World and Our Place in it!

What better time than the university years to experience study abroad and the profound impact it can have on perceptions of the world and the people in it? "Our minds were open and our spirits were filled with adventure," a study-abroad alumnus said in one of the stories in this issue - stories about the places and faces that forever reshaped attitudes and enhanced global awareness.

University News

At last, an affordable alternative

University leader honored by alma mater

Historical celebrities traveling to SCSU

Microscopes provide closer look at science, engineering

Students, faculty fund education of students on other side of the world

University speeds route to nursing degree

Endowment leads to SCSU annual conference

SCSU to speed manufacture of stone working equipment

Reaching around the world

Peers recognize administrator long appreciated by students

Co-teaching study significantly impacts 6,300 students

Students 'beat the clock' to raise trip funds creatively

Percussionist wins international ear

Partnership brings SCSU engineering management master's degree to Twin Cities

Professor emeritus book on World War II veterans reissued

Quickly looking back in time

Husky pride put to music

Employee honored as top state 'Big Sis'

Mission Accomplished

Feature Story

Exploring the world and your place in it!

Once upon a time I lived in a castle and it changed my life forever

Nearly 2,000 students have been transformed by the studyabroad program in England.

Romance blooms

Global awareness grows

'Celebrity' sightings

Picture me studying abroad

Once-in-a-lifetime experiences in the study-abroad program in Chile are captured in the cameras and hearts of students.

Study-Abroad Experience Drives Alumnus Abroad

Study-abroad experience in Denmark leads Jeffry Paul '82 to business in Guatamala.

Business graduate thrives at prestigious Norwegian economics school

Norway is home for graduate student Tyler Gehrmann '05 in an internatiionally renowned economics program.

Law and Order - Scandinavian Style

SCSU professor John Campbell's resume opens prosecutor's office and prison for criminal justice students.

Alnwick Reunion Celebration

Marjorie inspired with warmth and wit

What does it take?

Stories of Campus Life

Through two world wars, charismatic 'Miss Hill' made impact on students

Alumni News

Dedicated to matching funds with needs

Gift blooms to keep on giving

A Trio of former Husky Hockey Players took part in the 2006 Winter Olympics

New SCSU Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Classnotes

Alumni We Remember

Faculty and Staff We Remember

Marriages

Births

Transitions

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