Outlook

9/28/2007

President Earl H. Potter III TAKES THE HELM

Outlook - President Earl H. Potter III TAKES THE HELM

Outlook Magazine, Fall 2007

University News

Website Redesign

Open for Business: Centennial Hall revitalized

Cultural Understanding

Job Well done

Pack Your Bags

Up in the Air

Window to the Stars

Regulatory affairs masterís: first-of-its-kind

Award-winning marketing

Outreach work noted

UTVS grabs an Emmy

Leading service: Leadership Awards

Into space

Faculty/Staff News & Briefs

New Faces, New Places

Feature Story

Introducing SCSU's new leader

SCSU's new leader envisions University as engine for change

Who, what, where

The training and connections students take from the Criminal Justice Program led to exciting local, national and international careers.

Research Colloquium showcases student projects, pride

The annual Student Research Colloquium provides a unique opportunity to showcase scholarly and artistic work.

Sweet Rewards

Each spring the College of Education Dessert Fest gathers grateful scholarship recipients, generous donors and favorite professors to enjoy an array of sweets and sweet stories of dreams fulfilled.

Stories of Campus Life

AIDS reform

In 1986, when most of the world was just beginning to wake up to the gravity of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Joseph Edelheit buried the first of 31 friends whose deaths would make the global tragedy a personal cause for him.

Basketball Star completes most-decorated college career

Kaleidoscope playground is reflection of community

Sports News

Alumni Award Winners

Alumni Awards 2007

The SCSU Alumni Awards Program provides an opportunity to shine the spotlight on alumni, friends and employees who demonstrate the highest standards of integrity and character, individuals whose career and life accomplishments reflect positively on the university community.
The 2007 honorees will be recognized at the Alumni Awards Dinner and Ceremony at 5:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, during SCSU Homecoming festivities. Cost is $30 per person.
Call 320-308-3177 or 1-866-464-8759 by Oct. 5 to register.

Alumni News

Husky Pupsters

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