The Chesley Center on Aging serves as the hub for aging-related resources and research on the Minnesota State Mankato campus as well as the portal for collaborations with community agencies and institutions.
The EARTH Systems Lab is an interdisciplinary partnership between Minnesota State faculty in Earth Science, Archeology, and Physical Geography that serves as a hub for innovative and collaborative scientific research with regional, national, and global impacts.
The mission of kessel Peace Institute is to advance the understanding and existence of peace at all levels. Workshops, public lectures &cultural presentations.
The Minnesota State Mankato Scholars Serving Time Program provides Associate of Arts Degrees to incarcerated people in Minnesota correctional facilities.
Students in underserved communities have limited exposure to agriculture, farmers, and farming and often face food insecurity. The Ag in Action event's mission is to present the tenets of nature, health, resilience, ecology, and sustainable practices.
Minnesota State University, Mankato is joining with the Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) to address the civic crisis at a point of major social leverage: the undergraduate experience. We call it Third Way Civics.
The Criminal Justice Career Academy is a small learning community of Minnesota high school students taking introductory and foundational criminal justice courses. It is a faculty-led initiative in the Department of Criminal Justice at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
The center is an affiliate of the Minnesota Council on Economic Education (MCEE) and the Council on Economic Education (CEE), formerly known as National Council on Economic Education (NCEE).
Whether you read literature or write it, Good Thunder Reading Series offers ways to engage with our visiting writers through writing workshops, craft talks, and readings.