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Holland one of five to be recognized by system office.
Three nursing faculty, director of Taylor Nursing Institute for Family and Society, colleague authored "Family-Focused Nursing Care."
Martensen joined University as faculty member in 2006, has served as interim dean since 2013.
KMSU begins its annual fundraiser; goal is $40,000.
"To Live and Dine in Dixie" explores changing food culture of urban American South during Jim Crow era.
Shelton wins University's first national title at the AFA national competition since 1979.
The Department of Theatre & Dance announced 34 scholarship awards for 2015-16 academic year.
Student projects displayed April 20 at University's annual undergraduate research conference.
Nearly 200 students in the 4th through 6th grades at LCWM elementary school visit campus.
Students from LCWM Elementary School to cap year-long study of computer programming.
Girls Explore STEM Camp to be offered June 6-10, 2015 for girls in grades 6 through 8.
Selections from Whitman, Frost to be featured.
Club invites community to perform 22 pushups daily at noon near campus fountain.
The 3rd annual Whipper Snapper competition was held March 29 on campus.
Agarwal is one of 11 international recipients of 2015 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award.
Band adds excitement to games.
Articulation agreement allows students to earn associate's and bachelor's degrees from both institutions.
"Future Maverick" program is third such agreement with Riverland.
Agreement promotes degree completion opportunities for international students.
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.
Awards presented at 6:30 p.m. in Ostrander Auditorium.
More than 1,000 students in grades 3-6 are registered for science and engineering fair.
"Ashes to Empire Cerro Magoni and the Toltec State" is title of lecture by faculty member J. Heath Anderson.
David Ives’ play, to be performed in the Andreas Theatre, will close the 2014-15 Studio season.
Performance to take place at the historic Kato Ballroom.
Minneapolis-based dance company to perform in Ted Paul Theatre.
Performance at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
Performance to take place in Halling Recital Hall.
Performance is in Halling Recital Hall.
Performances will be in the Ted Paul Theatre.
Performances will be in Halling Recital Hall.
Work of 42 students to be displayed in three exhibits.
Season opens May 26-30 with “The Foreigner” and concludes in July with pop-culture musical, “The Addams Family.”
Community Engagement Office organizing day of community service activities.
"Take Back the Night" and the "Safe Bar Initiative" aim to reduce sexual assault and educate about violence prevention.
Office of Campus Recreation sponsors annual event that begins and ends on campus.
Event set from 3-5 p.m. in the Hearth Lounge.
Mariah Haffield elected president, Sam (Bassam) Al-Mohamadi vice president for 2015-16.
Business Services reminds employees about IRS requirements for timely submission of employee expense reports.
University's Environmental Committee asks campus community to fill out survey to promote green campus.
Input sought on plan to strengthen the future of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Team sets record for runs, catches attention of Sports Illustrated, ESPN, MLB.com.
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