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Going places with a GIS degree

Going places with a GIS degree

As a geographer and cartographer, Caroline “Siffy” (Erickson) Torkildson M’10 not only creates maps of the world, she is also trekking around the world using maps. And her M.S. in Geographic Information Science from Saint Mary’s is helping her go places.

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Saint Mary’s Cardinal Plunge to benefit Rochester 3-year-old

Because of the lack of ice at Lake Winona, this year’s Saint Mary’s University Cardinal Plunge is being held at the university’s Jul Gernes Pool Sunday, Feb. 12. Each year the Cardinal Plunge, sponsored by the Saint Mary’s Future Alumni Committee, raises funds for a...

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Game plan for success

Their paths may not have crossed during their collegiate days, but Tom Rice ’82, Josh Takagishi ’98, Amanda Weinmann ’07 and a host of others share a common bond—or two. Not only were they successful athletes during their time at Saint Mary’s, but they also excelled...

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An educational journey to improve healthcare

As a child in Kenya, Gideon Nyakundi learned his ABCs by scrawling the letters in the sand using sticks. Pencils and books, he said, were luxuries only available to teachers. Never stifled by this humble beginning, Nyakundi will graduate Saturday, Jan. 14 with a B.S....

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Making a difference at Mayo

The Mayo Clinic is the ultimate dream destination for those practicing medicine. Physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers at Mayo are quick to mention the benefits of having access to the world’s best doctors and healthcare providers; of working for a clinic...

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