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Several educational events are planned for this fall.
Presentation by faculty member Chris Veltsos kicks off National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Exhibit is in Conkling Gallery. Artist's lecture is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 10.
Broadway hit is for mature audiences. It is making its Minnesota State Mankato premiere.
Performance will be in the Halling Recital Hall.
Exhibit is titled, "What Remains: Photos of the Japanese American Concentration Camps."
Concert tickets are still available for public purchase.
Recital will feature an afternoon of Latin American classical music.
Singer/songwriter Slaid Cleaves will be joined by sideman Scrappy Jud Newcombe.
Performance will be at Hooligans.
Performance will be in Halling Recital Hall.
This year's conference will be held on Minnesota State Mankato campus for the final time.
Series will host nine writers in its 35th year.
Study by Rachel Cohen and colleagues has implications for potential therapies in neurodegenerative disorders.
Homecoming Week is a campus tradition that began in 1928.
First performance is Oct. 28 at Kato Ballroom.
Cultural grant from Association of Performing Arts Presenters intended to increase understanding of Muslim culture through music, arts.
Julie Otsuka's "When the Emperor was Divine," is this year's Common Read book.
Matthew Cecil, dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, will discuss books at events nationwide this fall.
Luncheon meetings include brief presentations and networking opportunities.
Leafgreen is junior from Sioux Falls, S.D.
A group of 28 students and two faculty members are visiting from IMC University of Applied Science Krems on Aug. 25.
Faculty, staff and students invited to register by Nov. 4.
The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State providing student outreach efforts.
Board of Trustees endorsed the new name.
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