The Spring 2023 Newsletter of The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has been published! It features notable achievements, activities, honors, and other happenings from our students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
In collaboration with the Mapping Mankato Project, the city of Mankato is looking to help property owners officially repudiate the history of discrimination.
Dr. Agnes Odinga has been selected to participate in the Jewish National Fund-USA 2023 Summer- Faculty Fellowship Program in Israel.
Dr. Kerr-Berry, A longtime dance professor is retiring when classes are done this May, 2023.
Congratulations to the first recipients of the 2023 HSS Advising Excellence Awards: Dr. Gina Wenger, Department of Art & Design; and Dr. John Reed, Department of Criminal Justice.
Students from museum studies volunteered and gained professional experiences in a museum setting at the Blue Earth County’s History Center Museum.
Undergraduate Students from Creative Writing have launched a fantastic Spring edition of the River Whale Review!
The Maverick Speech and Debate team hosted the MCFA State tournament and competed against eight other teams from across the state where they earned second place in the state as a team.
Wounded Healers, presented at the 2023 Region 5 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in January and received seven national awards.
Jonathan Mor and Namidu Vishwanath De Silva will be serving as the student commencement speakers for the College of Humanities & Social Sciences on Friday, May 5, 2023.