Outlook

5/14/2008

Feeding community activism

Outlook - Feeding community activism

You’re invited to meet some outstanding representatives of the St. Cloud State University community who are reaching out and connecting through community service.

Teachers and mentors whose vision, creativity and compassion are inspiring local and global educational experiences that develop character, understanding and community spirit

Students whose enthusiasm, energy and community engagement are preparing them for the challenges of an interdependent world and the rewards of impacting the greater good

Graduates whose passion, perspectives and commitment to careers of service are challenging the status quo and bring new meaning to the phrase "making a difference"

From the President

Celebrating student success, activism


University News

Non-discrimination efforts recognized

Reaccredited

Smart choices

Holocaust survivor story spread far and wide

Regulatory affairs expert heading program

Honors chronicled

Musicians to premiere Holocaust oratorio in Europe

London calling

Faculty/Staff News

Trista Baldwin

Mary Edwards

Glen Palm

Bill Gorcica

Kate Mooney

Richard Hansen

Greek News

Sorority tops in service

Fraternity member named peer mentor

Feature Story

Peace begins with communication

Whether a local high school or a conference in her home country of Kenya, professor teaches peace-building begins with honest communication.

What a garden can grow: Sociology and the Global Politics of Food

A sociology activist uses food to teach global issues and build bridges to the community through a not-so-secret garden where friendship and food grow side by side.

At his personal best

Student-athlete juggles teamwork, academics and social life and still finds time for another passion – volunteer coaching an engaging team of fans.

Meaningful springbreak

Giving freely, freely giving

Coach, athletes flood ravaged community with donations

Professor's passion fuels adapted aquatics program

Hundreds, even thousands of children with disabilities have been helped by a professor who has led an adapted aquatics program for more than 30 years.

St. Cloud State students, faculty, staff and alumni are making a difference around the world

Students, employees and alumni are giving of themselves to those in need around the world.

Stories of Campus Life

The big chill: Geologist serves science and students

Education partnerships

Narrowing the culture gap

A pair of stellar St. Cloud State graduates apply their own coming-to-America experiences to their work with the highly multicultural St. Paul school district.

Anonymous generosity, easily identified benefits

Donations fund Delta Sigma Pi space

Sports Highlights

Alumni News

Alumni events

Alumni class notes

Warm memories spark property gift

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