November 2017
Bethel electrical engineering students

Bethel physics and engineering space expanded and renovated
A renovation and expansion of Bethel University’s physics and engineering space puts science on display and highlights one of Bethel’s largest and most renowned departments.

Saint Benedict graduate wants to change narrative of how city, state describe themselves to others
Brenda Kyle, College of Saint Benedict class of 1986, began new job as president and CEO of Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 1.

Saint John’s Abbey and University announce completion of largest capital campaign in history
Forward Ever Forward: The Campaign for Saint John’s exceeded its goal of $160 million by raising $188 million to support the future of Saint John’s University.

retired professional soccer player Tony Sanneh

Saint Mary's partners with Sanneh Foundation
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Graduate School of Education is partnering with the Sanneh Foundation to provide licensure pathways for Dreamline coaches in the areas of special education and ESL.

St. Kate's professor receives prestigious Lindy Boggs Award
Karen Sames, St. Catherine University occupational therapy professor, is the 2018 Lindy Boggs Award winner. The award recognizes those who advance OT in the political realm.

From liberal arts to making a living
The Chronicle of Higher Education featured Carleton College’s scholars career center program, which helped Tianna Avery ’19 rethink her plans for medical school.

Hamline teaches innovation
New course gives Hamline University undergraduates the opportunity to learn the innovation process thanks to Roger Appeldorn ’57, a renowned innovator at 3M with 35 patents to his name.

Dwight Stoll

Stoll named one of top ten separation scientists worldwide
Gustavus Adolphus College chemistry professor Dwight Stoll is the only liberal arts college researcher out of 100 scientists honored by The Analytical Scientist.

New veteran’s resource center opens at St. Thomas
The University of St. Thomas aspires to become the most veteran-friendly campus in the upper Midwest.

When internships don’t pay, some colleges, like Macalester, will
Dean Mindy Deardurff of the Career Development Center was quoted and Macalester College mentioned in the “Education Life” section of the Sunday New York Times.

advent vespers at Augsburg

Augsburg celebrates a season of hope with advent vespers
Augsburg University ushers in the Advent and Christmas seasons with Advent Vespers, a magnificent experience of music and liturgy, in celebration of the Incarnation.