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Slaggie Family Foundation gift benefits Winona Arts Camp

WINONA, Minn. — Thanks to the generous donation by the Slaggie Family Foundation, the Winona Arts Camp—a collaboration between Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts and the Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM)—is back this summer. This donation will support student...

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Proof of success is in the data

Proof of success is in the data

In response to the needs of an ever-changing business environment, Saint Mary’s University launched its Business Intelligence and Analytics undergraduate program in 2013. Now beginning its fifth year, the program is growing, with 48 students currently enrolled. But...

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Serving the medically underserved

Serving the medically underserved

Peter Carlson ’13 is in the business of preventing emergencies. At North Memorial Medical Center, a team of community paramedics makes scheduled house calls to elderly patients to conduct basic tests, explain medication restrictions and schedules, and check for safety...

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Saint Mary’s commencement ceremony is May 7

WINONA, Minn. — On Saturday, May 7, the Winona Campus of Saint Mary’s University will host a joint commencement ceremony for both Winona undergraduate and graduate students, beginning at 11 a.m. in the gymnasium. Undergraduate student reflections will be offered by...

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Kendalls honored with Saint Mary’s Heritage Award

WINONA, Minn. — On April 23, Saint Mary’s recognized its philanthropic partners at the university’s annual Benefactor Recognition Reception and Dinner. This event is an opportunity to publicly thank the university’s benefactors for their partnership and to celebrate...

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Game-based learning yields competitive evening of fun

By Chloe Morrison ’17 In the frenzy before final exams, 50 undergraduate students gathered in Saint Mary’s Hall for an intense study of microeconomics and . . . to play a game. During the two-hour time span, there was a flurry of activity as students ran about the...

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