Julia Krystofiak, Cameron Bjork presented their findings at conference June 18.
National Science Foundation grant will allow Miller to research plant physiology.
CSB/SJU to offer $1,000 scholarship per year for students who enroll in fall 2022.
Decision allows for greater clarity for students who wish to attend CSB, SJU.
Precious Drew ’18 receives Center’s Volunteer of the Year award
Each student gets paired with a graduate to help mentor them through decisions.
CSB, SJU and OSB scoreboard: 136 anniversaries, 30 retirees
Integrative science projects capture Outstanding Undergraduate Research Awards.
Sara Hoppe wrote two essays in German, and each received second prize.
College Consensus also ranks schools among nation’s best Catholic colleges.
Two students, Heying and McCarthy Center earn Presidents' Awards.
Emily Twardy, 32 other students earn honors during recognition event.
Nick Hayes, professor of history and University Chair in Critical Thinking, featured on June 11 TPT Almanac program "Nick Hayes on Russia/U.S. Summit"
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in June 7 MinnPost column "Canadian railroad sequel: What the failure of Canadian Pacific’s Kansas City Southern bid means for the future of Minnesota freight rail"
Fr. Anthony Ruff, OSB, associate professor of theology, featured in June 5 Catholic Sentinel article "Young choristers sing age-old chant at Masses around Atlanta Archdiocese"
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in June 5 Star Tribune article "Mankato has major issue with potential 'micropolitan' downgrade"
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Ryan Munter, SJU senior, and Travis Peters, assistant professor of mathematics, published "Lights Out on Graph Products over the Ring of Integers Modulo k" in The Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra
Dan Finn, professor of theology and William E. and Virginia Clemens Professor in Economics and the Liberal Arts, is editor of the book Business Ethics and Catholic Social Thought
Emily Berg Paup, assistant professor of communication, published a book chapter "Patriarchy and Power: A Feminist Critique of Hamilton," in the edited volume "Rhetoric, Politics, and Hamilton: An American Musical"
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, published "Identity and Representation" in #UniteCloud
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