In an effort to enhance those professional communication skills, Minnesota State University, Mankato is encouraging students to step out of their comfort zone for their annual internship and full-time career fair.
Superintendent Loy Woelber says the increase was a nice surprise, adding that possible reasons for the increased enrollment may be correlated with affordable housing and jobs in the areas surrounding the school district.
Minnesota State University, Mankato’s Healthy Mavericks Alcohol and Drug Prevention Coalition is hosting a town hall meeting and panel discussion on how students can lower their risks of consequences that result from underage drinking
The partnership between the university and the software company provides students in the university’s Department of Computer Information Science part-time employment and real-world experience in software development skills.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University studied nearly 6,600 teens. Overall, social media use was associated with a greater risk of becoming socially withdrawn, anxiety and depression the following year.
The grant offer of more than $330,000 for design services includes improvements to taxiways, maintaining pavement and holding bays, which are built for smaller airplanes to pull over into before they can get to the main runway.
MSU’s Mankato’s American Indigenous Studies Program, in partnership with BSU was awarded $64,000 which will offer students not only the chance to learn in the classroom but engage in broader cultural knowledge.
Five world-leading experts who have contributed to the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will explore the science and ethics of climate change, in addition to approaches to mitigate and adaptation.
“The MJSP program and our business partners are helping us serve the workforce of the future through creative collaborations and the development of new curriculum to train employees,” said Tammy Bohlke.
“We are very grateful for the overwhelming support of our community!” said Erin Aanenson, SCC North Mankato Campus Foundation Executive Director. “Scholarship funds help us to provide opportunities to outstanding students, who will ultimately become valued members of our community’s workforce.”