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Fans Greet, Meet VIkings at Camp Arrival

Vikings fans gathered at Minnesota State Mankato for "Tailgate Thursday" to welcome their team to campus

Former Maverick Wrestler named Army Times' Soldier of the Year

Tom Block, who wrestled for the Mavericks in 2005-2009, honored by Army Times

KMSU Jazz Show Host Celebrates 10 Years on Air

Gary Campbell hosts "Maverick Slim Jazz Show" on Thursday nights on KMSU.

Ending a 43-Year Adventure

Kathleen Steiner retiring after 43 years on campus.

Mike Gustafson Appointed Interim Vice President

Experienced executive named interim vice president of the Division of Strategic Business, Education and Regional Partnerships.

Scott Fee Appointed Dean of University Extended Education

Fee has served in faculty, administrative positions at Minnesota State Mankato since 1997.

Minnesota State Mankato and Business Partners Receive Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grants

Three grants total more than $500,000.

Student Health Services Again Achieves AAAHC Accreditation

Minnesota State Mankato Student Health Services has been accredited since 2002.

Interim Dean Named for College of Arts and Humanities

Kimberly E. Contag will be interim dean effective July 1.

'Future Maverick' Program Established for Iowa High School Students

Riverland Community College and Minnesota State Mankato collaborate on new partnership.

Vikings Announce Training Camp Dates

The Minnesota Vikings will report to camp at Minnesota State University, Mankato on Thursday, July 24.

Summer Archaeological Dig

Graduate student Jason Reichel will lead dig at site along Blue Earth River, south of Mankato.

Enventis Makes $20,000 Donation to Minnesota State Mankato

Gift is designated for scholarships and to underwrite fall mainstage musical on campus.

Funding for New Clinical Sciences Building Signed into Law by Governor

New $25.8 million building scheduled for completion in 2016.

'Coming of Age in Mississippi' is 2014-15 Common Read Book

Book is 1968 memoir about an African-American woman in Mississippi in the 1940s and 1950s.

Minnesota State Mankato Receives $325 Million In-Kind Software Grant from Siemens PLM Software

Minnesota State Mankato to use the same technology in its classrooms that companies worldwide depend on to design some of today’s most sophisticated products.

'Big Ideas' Campaign concludes with record $77.8 million raised

Amount raised is largest in MnSCU history.

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