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Louis Johnston, associate professor of economics, quoted in Tuesday, July 29 Star Tribune article "Minneapolis is a leader in trend toward gentrification"

Robert Bell, assistant professor of accounting and finance, featured on Monday, July 28 MSNBC "Morning Joe" segment "Defying the odds: a quadriplegic's story"

Louis Johnston, associate professor of economics, featured in Friday, July 25 MinnPost.com column "Are mega events in the Twin Cities worth it?"

Robert Bell, assistant professor of accounting and finance, featured in Friday, July 25 St. Cloud Times article "Meet Your New Neighbor: Florida native feels at home here"

Marcella Moreno '12 quoted in Friday, July 25 Chicago Sun-Times story "Higher ed officials look for more ways to keep kids in college"

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Gary Prevost, professor of political science at CSB and SJU, had published Politics of Latin America: The Power Game, fifth edition, by Oxford University Press.

Carol Howe-Veenstra, CSB athletic director, is receiving a high honor for achievement in her field. The College of Central Lakes has named Howe-Veenstra one of its "75 Outstanding Alumni" in celebration of the college's 75th anniversary.

Institutional Advancement at CSB is among the 2014 CASE Circle of Excellence award winners.  CSB won a silver award in the Innovative Use of Technology category, for its $100K in a Day campaign.

Emily Esch, associate professor of philosophy at CSB and SJU, received an honorable mention in the Lenssen Prize competition for her article "A Cognitive Approach to Teaching Philosophy." 

Gary Prevost, professor of political science at CSB and SJU, had published his new book U.S. National Security Concerns in Latin America and the Caribbean: the Concept of Ungoverned Space and Failed States in March by Palgrave Macmillan. 

Events and Catering at CSB has received a Gold Award from the National Association of College and University Food Services in the category of Catering-Online Menu.

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Featured Image for news storyNew CSB Board of Trustees members named

07/17/14 - The College of Saint Benedict recently named Barbara Brandes, John Fitzpatrick, Terri Kallsen and Mark Krebsbach to its Board of Trustees. Faculty member Jean Lavigne and CSB student Lauren Patton also joined the Board of Trustees.
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Featured Image for news storyNew SJU Board of Trustees members named

07/17/14 - Saint John's University recently named Jim Jarocki, James Lande, Cary Musech and the Rev. Anthony Ruff, OSB, to its Board of Trustees. Luke Newgaard was named the new student trustee.
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Featured Image for news storyMaxwell appointed director of McNeely Center

07/21/14 - CSB and SJU announce that Pat Maxwell has been appointed director of the Donald McNeely Center for Entrepreneurship at CSB/SJU. Maxwell will succeed recently retired founding director Terri Barreiro, who served from 2004-14.
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Featured Image for news storyHMML undergoing major renovation this summer

05/01/14 - HMML will be undergoing its first renovation since 1974, and will be closed from May 6 until the completion of the project in August.
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The Saint John's Bible display installed at Alcuin Library

The Saint John's Bible Gallery in the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library has been closed as a result of the renovation of HMML now underway. HMML offices have been relocated to the basement level of Alcuin Library, and a new gallery for The Saint John's Bible is in the planning stages. Until the new gallery is opened, a small display of original pages from The Saint John's Bible has been installed in Minnesota Writers Reading Room on the main floor of Alcuin Library. The display is available for viewing only during Alcuin Library's open hours. There are no weekend hours to view the Bible during the summer.

Poster session features undergraduate research

The Office of Experiential Learning & Community Engagement invites the CSB/SJU community to a poster session featuring summer 2014 undergraduate research from 2:30-4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 6, in the Great Hall at SJU. Approximately 60 students will present research they completed this summer. Refreshments will be available.

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Millstream Arts Festival: Best of Show
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