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Kurt Schwieters, a 1988 Saint John’s University graduate, started Facebook group dedicated to providing factual information as society deals with COVID-19 pandemic.
The pilot program, funded by Cathy James Paglia ’74 and her husband Louis Paglia, will provide two-
year R1 research opportunities for three Carleton College STEM graduates.
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota has received an initial gift of $600,000 from the Anglican Parish of St. Paul to support new initiatives and additional staffing in its Advancement Office.
On June 1, Dr. Suzanne Rivera became the 17th president of Macalester College, and the community shared well-wishes and hopes for her tenure.
Hamline University has announced the creation of a George Floyd Endowed Scholarship, made possible through the generosity of an anonymous Hamline alumni family.
Gustavus Adolphus College alumni Mark '83 and Terri DeGuisti Henneman '83 are establishing an endowment to support students' mental health needs.
Bethel University associate professor of education Katie Bonawitz received a Fulbright grant to teach
at Tomsk State University, Russia, on the topic of inclusive comprehensive education for students with
June 4 was a memorial service for George Floyd. Augsburg University created the space to mourn and come together as a community to build resolve for our future work