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For the past three years, Honors faculty have hosted a learn-to-curl social at the Mankato Curling Club.
The theme of the 2015 conference is “Confluence and Conflict”
Applications are due by Feb. 5th, 2013, for LCC positions for next year.
Emma Grumke successfully completed the Honors Program and graduated with a degree in Accounting.
Ginny Walters will join the Honors Staff as the Assistant Director of Honors / Fellowship Coordinator
Ms. Ginny Walters will join the Honors Staff in August as the Assistant Director of Honors / Fellowship Coordinator
Students will graduate with Honors from Minnesota State Mankato this spring
Tatiana Soboleva won a Foundation Grant from the Undergraduate Research Center.
Honors class project published in March 2014 issue of Mankato Magazine
Malecha will attend grad school at the University of California, Irvine in the fall
Zach Petzel has been named the new honors first-year learning community coordinator for the 2013-2014 academic year.
The Faculty Association Executive Committee has selected faculty to serve on the Honors Council for Fall 2013 – 2016
Saburo and Marion Masada spoke about their experiences living in the Japanese American Internment Camps.
While in Ecuador, Webb conducted an internship with a local city newspaper
The Honors Class of 2017 includes six valedictorians and six students who were awarded major university scholarships
The Honors Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato invites applications for a probationary position as Assistant Director of Honors and University Fellowship Coordinator.
Honors students and staff will travel to Duluth to attend the Upper Midwest Regional Honors Conference
Soboleva receives scholarship
Twenty-two honors students presented their research
The Honors Spring Luncheon is an event to wrap up the school year and reminisce on all that has been accomplished.
Honors Program Graduate Assistant
Zawed receives scholarship
Every year, the Honors Program purchases tickets for Honors students to be able to attend various theatrical presentations.
Katie was one of 50 students nationwide to win a Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant.
Rachael Igo is the new editor-in-chief for the 2013-2014 academic school year
Six honors students have been awarded funds to support their research
Minnesota State Mankato Honors Program Student Ina Pae to Attend Selective International Leadership Training Program
Pae will join 70 students chosen for their commitment to human rights and international service
Sociology Fellow from the Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry to lecture at MSU, Mankato
Alex Mozey receives scholarship and prestigious accounting award
Miller is the author of As if Learning Mattered: Reforming Higher Education, Writing at the End of the World
Will be first from university to serve on National Collegiate Honors Council Board of Directors.
Stark’s article describes how the Honors Program partnered with the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation
The Honors Program welcomes a new member to their staff
The Faculty Association Committee Selected 3 Faculty to Serve on Honors Council
Dr. Anne Dahlman has been appointed as the next Director of the Honors Program
Abrar Zawed was recently awarded a RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering) Fellowship
Deadline to Submit for the URS is March 4th
Honors is looking for a Media Relations Director
Eight honors students and staff traveled to Denver, Colorado
Mara Soupir selected as Campus Kitchens Project CoBank Rural Hunger Fellow for Campus Kitchen at MSU, Mankato
46 new entering-first-year students will join the Honors Program in Fall 2014.
Dr. Martha Carlin, Professor of History at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, to Visit Campus
Author Susanna Calkins to Offer Public Workshop on Historical Fiction
Katelynn Malecha has been chosen as the Honors Learning Community Coordinator for 2015-2016
Learning Community Coordinator applications due Feb 8, 2016.
Spring Grant Deadline is Feb 12th
The Long Island University faculty is leading a study abroad program called Wildlife Conservation & Sustainable Ecotourism in summer 2016.
The President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) has a grant opportunity for MSU students, faculty, and staff.
Register for the Pan-African conference by March 16th to go to the event free of charge.
Consider applying for the LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. Programs.
Proposals for the Undergraduate Research Symposium are due on March 4.
Sign up to be a part of a two-day leadership development program to help students acquire various political strategies/skills.
There is a spring job and internship fair being held at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, MN on February 26th from 11 am to 3 pm
Eryn Zuiker (Biology, ’19) was selected as the 2016 recipient of Meredith Scholarship
This opportunity cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh, through partnering with nonprofits for a year of service and leadership.
Honors Student Volunteers are needed to play staffer roles for a poverty simulation on Friday, Dec 2nd.
Tutor ESL Students
Upcoming Research Opportunities
Volunteer at the Mankato Family YMCA
Immerse yourself in community leadership and engagement this summer in Washington, DC!
Here are some leadership conference opportunities
Students will travel to France over spring break to study history, art and culture.
This spring break you could find yourself in Florence & Venice, Italy! Find out more information
CHINA Town Hall is a national day of programming on China involving 70+ cities throughout the United States.
Olivia Robinson awarded the Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship
Mikyla Denney will represent state of Minnesota
Rasheed Al-Amari is recipient of scholarship as part of the Gladys B. Olsen International Student Endowment
Alex Salazar (Biology, ‘18) was recently awarded an internship at Dartmouth College
Honors Program Receives the Excellence in Curriculum Programming Award
Austin Rau receives honors from GTU
Honors newsletter awarded first place out of 19 print submissions
Dr. Corley (History) and Dr. Kerr-Berry (Theatre and Dance) will be offering a study abroad course to Paris
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) on campus is seeking second-semester sophomore or early junior students to work in their Students Consulting on Teaching (SCOT) program.
Applications are now being accepted for the upcoming SIRP strand of the NCHC Conference.
The UReCA is seeking submissions from undergraduate honors students.
Sophomore Makenzie Petzel was awarded a Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant