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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Current News Highlights

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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held for Clinical Sciences Building

University opens new building with ceremony, tours.

Clinical Sciences Building Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Set for Jan. 19

New building opened for classes Jan. 9.

Kimberly Greer Named Provost, VP for Academic Affairs at California State University, Stanislaus

Greer has been dean of Minnesota State Mankato's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences since 2011.

University Receives $250,000 Grant to Support Dental Clinic

Funds from Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation will be used to purchase dental hygiene equipment.

Athletics Receives $5 Million Gift Commitment for Scholarship Endowment from Sanford Health

Gift is single largest ever to Maverick Athletics.

Students Launch Businesses for Credit, Charity

Students build brands from the ground up.

University's International Enrollment Moves Up in National Rankings

Minnesota State Mankato is tied for 23rd nationally in international student enrollment among master's institutions.

College of Business MBA Scholarship Endowment to Honor Alum David C. Olson

The late David C. Olson was president of Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and chaired Minnesota State system's board of trustees.

Students Hope Collection Efforts Make a Difference

International students leading efforts to collect clothing and personal items for local organization.

$150,000 Bush Foundation Grant to Support Training for 140 Mentor Teachers

Grant awarded to the Minnesota Educators Partnership, a consortium affiliated with Minnesota State Mankato's College of Education.

Mavericks Men's Hockey Games to be Carried by Comcast

The team's six remaining regular season home games will be broadcast in Minneapolis-St. Paul on Comcast.

Jan. 9-30: Carolyn Swiszcz Art Exhibit

Paintings will be displayed in Conkling Gallery. Artist's lecture is set for Jan. 23.

Department of Music Announces Spring 2017 Performance Series

In addition to professional artist series, 13 student ensemble concerts and faculty recitals will be offered.

Jan. 21: A Cappella Group Blue Jupiter in Concert

Concert will be in Halling Recital Hall.

Jan. 23: Costa Rican Saxophone Quartet SONSAX

Performance will be in Halling Recital Hall.

Jan. 26-Feb. 5: 'The Glass Menagerie'

Tennesee Williams' famous "memory" play will be performed in the Andreas Theatre, Earley Center for Performing Arts.

Feb. 7: Mumblin' Drew and Liz Draper in Concert

Concert will be held in Halling Recital Hall.

2016-2017 Good Thunder Reading Series Features Six Events

Series will host nine writers in its 35th year.

'MnSCU' to Become Known as 'Minnesota State'

Board of Trustees endorsed the new name.

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