Outlook

9/27/2008

Extraordinary Learning Experience

Outlook - Extraordinary Learning Experience

From the President

Rich learning opportunities change lives forever

Powerful learning occurs when we provide students with high-impact experiences that rock their world – then help them make sense of it all. At St. Cloud State one of the best examples I’ve seen of this kind of learning process has been the preparation and presentation of the Holocaust oratorio, “To Be Certain of the Dawn,” featured in this issue’s cover story.

University News

Bonding bill brings dollars to campus

Flying together


College of Social Sciences dean named

Good job

Student TV staff recognized nationally

High achievers

Tackle skills training

For 10 weeks this summer, 38 St. Cloud State students and graduates responded to domestics, dealt with intoxicated drivers, tasered suspects and conducted traffic stops, vehicle searches and high speed chases – all part of skills training needed to take the Minnesota Peace Officer licensure test.

Greek news

Leading the way

Excellence in Leadership Awards were presented this spring to 28 students, a faculty member and a student organization

First in international organ competition


New athletics Web site launched

Husky leaders, supporters honored by conference

Twelve St. Cloud State coaches, athletic administrators and staff – eight of them alumni – were among the 66 people honored with the North Central Conference (NCC) Legacy Award in June.

Head football coach

Farewell North Central, hello Northern Sun

Runs in the family

St. Cloud State gained a little national television exposure this spring as the brother-sister act of Nate ’08 and Stacy ’08 Dey, Maplewood, were featured in the National Collegiate Athletic Association “NCAA On Campus Program” in April. The monthly 30-minute look at NCAA college sports airs nationally on ESPN Classic and ESPNU and is posted on the NCAA Web site.

Faculty/Staff News

Marc Markell

Jim Bertram

Glen Tuomaala

Derrick Silvestri

Feature Story

Million Dollar Lady

College of Education’s first million-dollar benefactor

Emotional Tour de Force

Student and faculty performers discover new depths to their sensitivity and new purpose for their lives

John Baker 99

Veteran’s Survey director experience leads to unique law practice

Talking Politics

Senior Renee Helm, lead student director for the SCSU Survey this fall, is keenly aware of the electricity surrounding the 2008 national elections – and the enviable position she’s in to watch them unfold.

Chas Anderson 96

From SCSU Survey trailblazer to Minnesota education policy leader

Aaron Amic 99 02

Research experience was foundation for public affairs executive

Alumni Award Winners

Distinguished Alumni

George Kuh ’71
M.S. School Counseling

Alumni Service

Diana Carter ’78
B.S. Management

Graduate of the Last Decade (Gold)

David Novak ’00
B.S. Meteorology

G.R. Herberger College of Business Leadership

Al Heinen ’78
B.S. Accounting

College of Education Leadership

Mary Brabeck ’70
M.S. English and Urban Education

College of Fine Arts and Humanities Leadership

Valerie Doherty ’76
B.A. English

College of Science and Engineering Leadership

Dan Hooper ’99
B.S. Physics

College of Social Sciences Leadership

Patti Gartland ’80
B.A. Local and Urban Affairs

University Service

Judith Moberg ’68
B.S. Geography, B.S. History

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