A total of 1,491 donors contributed to raise $702,008 for SJU Student Fund Scholarships – the second-highest total in the event’s history.
Betty Garcia Herrera attended immigration reform march in D.C.
Kristin Colberg named to 25-person theogical commission.
Exhibit runs from Nov. 9 to Jan. 7, 2022 at Gorecki Gallery, CSB.
CSB ranked No. 9 among small colleges with 79 Gilman Scholars since 2001.
Brig. Gen. Weidner is deputy director, Plans and Policy for U.S. Strategic Command.
Four shows set this fall, with The Hot Sardines on Dec. 9 and Storyhill on Dec. 11.
Here’s a look at how five organizations view CSB, SJU.
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in Dec. 6 MinnPost column "Long-term thinking is they key to Minnesota’s economic prosperity"
Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Dec. 3 St. Cloud Times column "It's time to bring youth to the table, for all of our sakes"
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured on Dec. 3 TPT Almanac segment "A Weak Federal Jobs Report"
Jim Mullen, SJU transitional president, featured in Nov. 30 Capital Analytics Associates article "Spotlight On: James Mullen, Transitional President, St. John’s University"
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Blaine Tomkins, assistant professor of psychology, published "Death-related anxiety associated with riskier decision-making irrespective of framing: A Bayesian model comparison" in Personality and Individual Differences
Amy Grinsteiner, associate professor of music, has a new holiday CD "All Keyed Up for Christmas"
Lisa Gentile, associate professor of chemistry, is a co-principle investigator on a new NSF award
Jean Lavigne, associate professor of environmental studies, published "How to Stuff a Duck: Learning Artisan Foie Gras Production in France" in the fall 2021 issue of Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies
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