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Dr. Derald Wing Sue, a professor at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City, to deliver lecture.
Series feature five lectures; dates are Feb. 10, Feb. 19, March 19, April 2 and April 9.
Senior center is conference scoring leader and has helped Mavericks to 22-6 record going into Feb. 25 game.
Two students to discuss current U.S.-Russian relations.
Input sought on plan to strengthen the future of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Three graduate students, two undergraduates working on "From Morse Codes to the Internet of Things."
Geoff Herbach's book, "Fat Boy vs. the Cheerleaders," recognized.
Amy Nguyen's project will examine how to create future renewable energy source through wastewater treatment.
Writer Chris Abani will answer questions about writing, present a craft talk and give a reading.
Graphic designer and illustrator Mikey Burton to give art enrichment lecture on Feb. 16.
Performances scheduled for Halling Recital Hall.
Two a cappella vocal groups and Jazz Lab Band will perform in Halling Recital Hall.
Percussion recital to take place in Halling Recital Hall.
Play to be performed in Andreas Theatre.
Event to take place in the Taylor Center's Bresnan Arena.
Season includes professional artist series, 14 student ensemble concerts and two faculty concerts.
Black History Month Kick-Off Reception is set for Feb. 2 in CSU 269.
Facilities Management outlines construction timeline.
MnSCU faculty and administration pledge cooperation on Charting the Future strategic plan
Free exams are available Feb. 5-6.
Event set for 96-hour period from Feb. 5-9.
Civil engineering professor, students contract with MnDOT on de-icing study.
Council on Undergraduate Research lists Minnesota State Mankato among 57 institutions nationally recognized.
Group in its 18th year in Mankato.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon has accepted an invitation to colonize at Minnesota State Mankato.
Minnesota State Mankato students share their story with the Mankato Free Press.
System office honors were for excellence in financial management during 2014.
Gift is from donor who wishes to remain anonymous.
Minnesota Department of Human Services contract supports undergraduate, graduate education in public child welfare.
Minnesota State Mankato ranked 38th in 2012, 34th in 2013 and is ranked 31st in 2014.
Chengleng Xiong will study in Chiang Mai, Thailand, from December through May.
Ford honored for his work on behalf of first-year students.
Nation’s ‘Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition’ includes Minnesota State Mankato.
President Richard Davenport thanks governor and state legislators.
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