Spring 2004

Outlook - Spring 2004

Translating Visionary Research into Teaching Excellence

University News

Student-athletes put muscle into tobacco-free campaign

Oxford University recognizes professor’s work on education of gifted college women

University’s educational job site hits million mark

Student-athlete snags $18,000 scholarship, Harlon Hill honor

Film studies student lands prestigious honor

Professional journalists honor SCSU photojournalist

University in the running with McNair Scholars

Student-athletes promote scholarship

SCSU addressing dearth of leaders in Minnesota schools with new master's programs

SCSU weather forecasting game opened to all

Sharing historic photos with everyone in the state

About as close to the real thing as you can get

Student’s research brings him to the stage

SCSU adjunct professor named state superintendent of the year

Research paper on long-term care gives student byline in international journal

Faculty members help bring understanding to tragic event

SCSU Winter Institute again brings nationally-known experts to the podium

Graduate Soars in Aviation, Software Development

Bryces share commitment to spreading understanding

$5 Million Grant to Develop Teachers for a New Classroom Model

Mentoring Program to Help Girls of Color Reach for the Top

Feature Story

Professor Researches Medical Technology discoveries with Mayo, Medtronics

Yi Zheng, Chair of the SCSU Departmebnt of Electrical Engineering and a seasoned biomedical engineer researcher, developes ultrasound technology with Minnesota's own Mayo Clinic and Medtronics.

Mother & Daughter Grads Share Commitment to Helping Others

Beth Tobiason will not only celebrate her 30-year journey from SCSU freshman to master's degree, she'll experience the pride of watching daughter Angie receive her bachelor's diploma.

Sharing Knowledge, Experiences, Resources

A variety of ways our campus is sharing knowledge, experiences and resources: a $5 million grant to develop teachers for a new classroom model, a mentoring program to help girls of color reach for the top, and bank support for the teachers of color project.

Service-Learning Finds its Way Into SCSU Classrooms

Dr. Isolde Mueller’s class is one of several on campus that have included something called service-learning as part of its coursework. Students say this kind of learning that goes beyond the traditional classroom has changed them in a deeply personal way.

Alumni Award Winners

Gary M. Petrucci ‘65 Distinguished Alumni Award

Dr. Michael J. Smerdon ‘70 College of Science & Engineering

John M. Lavander ‘73 Alumni Service Award

Yvonne M. Klinnert ‘81 College of Fine Arts & Humanities

Anthony R. Latta ‘77 College of Social Sciences

Dr. Robert M. Graham ’63 ‘65 College of Education

Gary R. Smith ‘65 Alumni Service Award

Brian T. McGrath ’80 ‘86 College of Business

Alumni News

Name the professor who made a difference in your college career

Blizzard bobble heads pop up at SCSU

Alumni Association sees boost in scholarship funding

Alumni Mentors Share Insights Through New Program to Help Students Succeed

Torreys’ Enthusiasm, Generosity Benefit Campus and Community

Common Threads Bind Reunion-Goers to Campus

The Grass is Always Greener


Have Passports, Will Travel

Learning To Do It All

“Klondike Kate” Kari Shaff Fits Performances Into Busy Schedule

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Faculty and staff we remember



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