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A Visit to the Children's House on Campus as Part of Brain Awareness Week

Associate Professor Dr. Adam Steiner and two psychology students visited the Children’s House on campus as part of Brain Awareness Week.
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The Graduate Scholars in English Association(GSEA) Conference 2024

The GSEA 2024 conference-themed "Collage: Difference and Alliance," brought together 60 participants (both online and in-person) to celebrate diverse voices and foster collaboration.
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2024 Southwest Regional Economics Challenge

The Center for Economic Education Hosted the Southwest Regional Economics Challenge at Minnesota State University, Mankato on April 5, 2024.
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School Psychology Program Receives Grant to Support Trainings of Future School Staff

The School Psychology Doctoral Program received a $384,000 grant to support their work training future school psychologists.
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Students Participate in ACDA Regional Conference at St. Olaf College

Twenty amazing students from Dance, Theatre, and Music performed, danced in classes, and attended performances at the ACDA conference. Yukina Sato's dance was selected by judges to be featured in the final gala concert.
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A Successful 10 day Field Trip to Hawaii

Geography, Earth Science, Anthropology, and Geology students (enrolled in Geog 440 and Geog 610) visited Hawaii for a learning experience from February 23rd to March 4th.
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A New History Symposium Honors William Lass

Lass was a history professor at Minnesota State Mankato for 42 years. Naming a Minnesota symposium after him fits his stature among historians, said organizer and history professor Lori Lahlum.
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Lectures in Philosophy Series Welcomes Dr. Lawrence Shapiro to Present Two Lectures This Spring

The Philosophy program is please to welcome Dr. Lawrence Shapiro for two great lectures, made possible by the Nadine B. Andreas Endowment.
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Theatre & Dance at the Region V Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival 56

Eighteen students received recognition for their performance and production work on Something Rotten, Rent, The Temperamentals, and The Importance of Being Earnest.
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Creative Writing Professor Chris McCormick Receives National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship

The National Endowment for the Arts announced that Professor Chris McCormick is one of 35 writers selected to receive an FY 2024 Creative Writing Fellowship of $25,000.

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