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The two projects study history to address problems related to an understanding of poverty, civil rights, colonialism and ethnic nationalism.
University's concurrent enrollment program enrolled 862 students in 2017-2018 academic year.
Approximately 1,600 students will participate in three ceremonies.
Program named "top 10 emerging world leader in engineering education."
Degrees to be awarded include more than 2,100 bachelors, nearly 400 masters, 21 associates and 11 doctorates.
University is one of seven Minnesota communities to receive 2018 award.
Technology was donated by Mayo Clinic Health System.
National Science Foundation Awards a Nearly $1 Million Grant to Minnesota State Mankato for New Program in Biology
Grant received by Department of Biological Sciences includes $600,000 for student scholarships.
Transcript of speech also available. KMSU radio provided audio recording of speech.
International students contribute $33.3 million to local economy, according to report.
National Science Foundation grant will elevate Minnesota State Mankato's scientific imaging capabilities to levels seen at large research institutions.
Arts & Entertainment
Play will be performed in the Ted Paul Theatre.
Series opens with showing of "Black Panther" at 9 p.m. June 14.
"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," based on popular 1988 MGM film, opens summer schedule.
Game begins at 7:05 p.m. at Franklin Rogers Park in Mankato.
Camp is to help children in grades kindergarten through fifth grades make gains in literacy and well-being over the summer.
College of Business, Taylor Corporation Partnering to Host June 10-15 'Bold Futures' Camp for High School Girls
Sponsored by the Glen A. Taylor Foundation, the camp will provide girls a unique introduction to STEM careers.
Two camps will be held in June, and two camps will be held in July.
Business Services reminds employees about IRS requirements for timely submission of employee expense reports.
Former Maverick men's hockey players Tim Jackman and Ryan Carter returned to graduate more than a decade after first enrolling at University.
Minnesota State Mankato Begins 150th Anniversary Celebration by Announcing use of Sesquicentennial Logo
Sesquicentennial logo will serve as University's signature brand through December 2018.