Give SJU Day tally: 1,702 donors, $729,281 raised in 24-hour period.
Campus activities look different this semester, but are available for CSB and SJU students
Organization honors professor of music (orchestra and violin/viola) with ‘humbling’ honor.
The collection explores a young Jewish man coming of age during the Holocaust and the struggles he encounters as a refugee in the United States.
CSB, Hynes Institute for Women’s Leadership helped teach Galeano ’14 the benefits of strong women leaders
Research work is reconnecting CSB and SJU to Native tribe in northern Minnesota.
SJU football earns No. 1 rating in ‘Top 20 Programs That Inspire’ list
Mary Stenson, associate professor of exercise science and sport studies, featured in Nov. 17 U.S. News & World Report article "What the Pandemic Did to Workouts"
Fine Arts Programming featured on Nov. 15 WJON radio story "St. Ben's/St. John's Fine Arts Season Goes Virtual"
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured on Nov. 8 WCCO radio program "11-8-20 - Real Talk with Roshini - 10AM"
Three political science professors featured in Nov. 6 St. Cloud Times article "Why didn't more newcomers oust local incumbents? Experts explain the power of incumbency."
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Sarah Gainey, Saint John’s Outdoor U assistant director/education coordinator, was awarded the Non Formal Environmental Educator of the Year by the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education.
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, was named president of the Minnesota Economic Association
Michael Livingston, professor of psychology, is author of the book Connections: A History of Psychology as Science
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