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University ranks 29th among master's institutions. International students contribute $28 million to local economy.
Honors Program and David Jones, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, recognized by system office.
Hustoles has been University faculty member, chair of Department of Theatre and Dance since 1985.
Allison Land, assistant professor of biology, is first author of paper published in Oncotarget.
Designation is awarded to schools doing most to embrace military students.
College of Business listed as one of nation's "best 295" business schools in 2016 book.
Minnesota State Mankato is first college or university in state to have this software.
Taylors and Glen Taylor Nursing Institute for Family and Society Receive "Distinguished Partner in Family Health Care Award."
Taylor named one of 100 AACSB "Influential Leaders" worldwide.
Paul Iheme N'Gumah selected as fall 2015 recipient.
Projects were completed for four Minnesota cities.
Nov. 16-Dec. 6: Exhibit Exploring Relationships Between Dakota, Ojibwe Indian Nations and U.S. government
Exhibit is on display at Memorial Library.
The 2015 Unions United Food Drive will be held from Nov. 23 to Dec. 11.
Arts & Entertainment
Senior art will be on display in Conkling Gallery in two exhibits, one from Nov. 9-18 and the other from Nov. 23-Dec. 4.
Performances will take place in the Ted Paul Theatre.
Student ensemble concerts will feature seasonal favorites along with traditional music.
Deadline for application is now Friday, Nov. 20.
Public comments are welcome and encouraged. Due date for comments is Feb. 29, 2016.
IMPACT is now Student Events Team.
Cockpit akin to airliners.
Minnesota State Mankato one of less than 40 institutions nationally to have accredited aviation program.