Carol Howe-Veenstra, CSB athletic director, and Tom Stock, SJU athletic director featured in Wednesday, Jan. 28 St. Cloud Times article "Former Blazer Roseboom hopes to lead CSB as AD"
J Scott Johnson, professor of political science, published in Monday, Jan. 26 StarTribune opinion article titled "Counterpoint: Rugby doesn't belong in rogues' gallery"
Rev. Columba Stewart, HMML executive director and theology professor, featured in Sunday, Jan. 25 NPR article titled "Piece By Piece, Monks Scramble To Preserve Iraq's Christian History"
CSB was mentioned in Saturday, Jan. 24 StarTribune article "Rankine to read at Loft"
Louis Johnston, associate professor of economics, featured in Thursday, Jan. 22 StarTribune article titled "Minnesota lost 5,200 jobs in December"
Jim Smith, SJU basketball coach, featured in Thursday, Jan. 22 St. Cloud Times article titled "SJU's Guild Hall holds a whole lot of history"
Nick Hayes, professor of history, featured in Thursday, Jan. 22 MPR News article "Gary Eichten and St. John's Russia expert Nick Hayes"
Tom Kroll, SJU outdoor director, Jonathan Ericson, SJU student, and Erin Stout, CSB student, featured in Thursday, Jan. 22 WCCO TV's "Best Of" segment titled "WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Place To Snowshoe In Minn"
Kaarin S. Johnston, CSB/SJU professor of theater, presented “Becoming Human: An Exegetical Space for the Development of Liminal Humans"; a paper for the Working Group titled Childhood, Performance, and the Post-Human: Youth as a Human Conduit, at The American Society for Theatre Research Conference held Nov. 20, in Baltimore, Maryland.
Michael Hemmesch, SJU executive director of communications and marketing, was elected to a two-year term on the executive committee of Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Counselors to Higher Education section. The executive committee is the governing leadership group of the 465-member professional interest section providing programming, professional development and networking support among PR practitioners serving the higher education sector in the U.S. and abroad.
Troy Fritz, executive director of major giving at SJU, and Raj Chaphalkar, director of annual giving at SJU, co-presented “Using Your Technology,” with Andrew Reeher, president and CEO, Reeher LLC at the 40th annual CASE District V Conference Dec. 15 in Chicago.
The CSB/SJU Department of Chemistry congratulates Emma Bonglack, FoCuS Scholar, CSB '17. She won a presentation award at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students. She is one of 20 award winners (out of about 3,000 people) for cancer research work she did last summer at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Nathaniel Dubin, CSB/SJU professor emeritus of modern and classical languages, is the recipient to the Modern Language Association’s 10th Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for an Outstanding Translation of a Literary Work for his translation of The Fabliaux, published by Liveright.
As members of the Annapolis Group, CSB and SJU proudly share stories with Liberal Arts Success, a unique site promoting the value of a liberal arts education.
01/12/15 - Author Claudia Rankine will read from her book, "Citizen: An American Lyric," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, at Gorecki Center, CSB.
01/09/15 - The CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series presents Sean Connaughty's O2 on Friday, Jan. 23 - Friday, Mar. 20 in the Gorecki Gallery, Benedicta Arts Center, CSB.
01/16/15 - The goal of the $2.5 million renovation is to help future nurses meet current and emerging health care demands by creating a realistic work environment. It is expected to be completed by fall 2015.
12/17/14 - The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll recognizes CSB and SJU for fourth consecutive year.
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