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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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Caring for diverse populations

Sissy Yang M’16 first became interested in nursing as a young girl, when she served as a hospital translator for her grandparents. Yang saw first-hand the difficulties her grandparents from Laos experienced as a result of the language barrier with their caregivers....

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Sharing the Disney, Pixar magic

When Nadia Effendi ’09 was little, she watched Little Mermaid so many times she could recite every line and lyric. Her babysitters back then still like to remind her how they were forced to endure the timeless love story over and over again. Now in a dream job as...

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Today’s leaders preparing tomorrow’s leaders

When Boubacar Kanneh enrolled in a master’s degree program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, he never imagined that he would graduate with a job offer from the United Nations—but his professors prepared and inspired him to do just that. As a contracts...

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Students get behind-the-scenes look at TV news

Sixteen Saint Mary’s University undergraduate college students had a front-row seat to news being made—literally. As part of an ongoing university leadership series, Saint Mary’s alumnus and news anchor Bill Lunn ’87 provided these Winona Campus-based students with...

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Wetlands project gives high-tech hands-on training

Students interested in geographic information science at Saint Mary’s don’t need a global positioning system to direct them to valuable, hands-on experiences in their field. For years, the university’s GeoSpatial Services has been providing professionally mentored...

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Saint Mary’s awarded National Science Foundation funding

WINONA, Minn. — Saint Mary’s University is announcing that a science proposal of close to $100,000 has been funded by the National Science Foundation for 2017-19. The grant will support a project to create new hands-on learning tools and corresponding curriculum for...

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