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Minnesota State Mankato Department of Music Announces Fall 2019 Performance Series

Events include Performance Series, Minnesota Storytellers series and 12 student ensemble concerts.

Sept. 12: Singer/Songwriter Lena Elizabeth

Concert is in Halling Recital Hall.

Sept. 15: World Music with Greg Herriges, Stella Roma

Concert is in Halling Recital Hall.

Sept. 19: Singer/Songwriters Molly Maher, Erik Koskinen

Concert is in Halling Recital Hall.

Sept. 24: Jazz Vocalist Maud Hixson, Pianist Rick Carlson

Concert is in Halling Recital Hall.

Library Services Professor Bobby Bothmann Selected as Open Education Leadership Fellow

Bothmann is one of 27 fellows in program's 2019-2020 cohort.

Oct. 5: School of Nursing 2019 Homecoming Reunion

Event theme is "Honor the Past -- Envision the Future."

Aug. 19: President's Convocation

Students move in Aug. 22. Processional through Alumni Arch is Aug. 23. Classes begin Aug. 26.

Faculty Members Co-Produce Podcast Series to Help Incoming, First-Generation and First-Year College Students

Faculty members David Engen from Minnesota State Mankato, Robert Jersak from Century College collaborated on project.

University Part of Multicampus Collaboration Grant for Ojibwe Language Consortium

Minnesota State University, Mankato and Bemidji State are collaborating on the grant.

Minnesota State Mankato Breaks Ground on Seasonal All-Sports Dome

SCHEELS All-Sports Foundation to donate $500,000 to name facility's turf field space.

Minnesota State Mankato Geography Professor to Spend Sabbatical Year Serving with USAID Office of Global Climate Change

Professor Don Friend will serve as a senior science advisor.

Minnesota State Mankato to Offer Master’s Degree in Data Science Starting in Fall 2019

New program is first and only graduate program in data science in the Minnesota State system.

Minnesota State Mankato’s Economic Contribution Estimated at more than $781 million

Study on economic impact was produced by national consulting firm Parker Philips.

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