Andrew Scott was working in the commodity trading industry in 2009. Ten years later, the assistant business professor is bringing academic research in behavioral economics to the front lines of financial planning
On Nov. 16, a group of five students representing the Department of English and World Languages traveled to Dubuque, Iowa, to participate in the 12th annual Streamlines Undergraduate Literature and Writing Conference.
With a week to go before a national NCAA annual meeting, Communication Department Chair Dean Beckman was tasked with an impromptu homework assignment of his own.
The stories of gratitude are plentiful when it comes to the Initial Teaching Alphabet (ITA) program on the Winona Campus at Saint Mary’s University. They come from program alumni who appreciate how much the program has done for them. They, in turn, serve as ambassadors for future generations of participants
Saint Mary’s inaugural reception for online graduate students provided a community-building experience at fall commencement. The reception was inspired by Saint Mary’s desire to further strengthen its online student and alumni communities, while also honoring students’ commitments to making the journey to meet their “virtual” classmates.