Celebration of Scholarship spotlight: Theology, philosophy double major finds inspiration in European studies
If there was an award for busiest undergraduate student this past semester, Jacob Tschida ’20 would have been one of the frontrunners, taking 17 credits on top of writing two theses.
In high school, Carol Dao ’20 favored mathematics over science. Then, a biology class introduced her to a whole new world of lab work. Now a senior First Generation Scholar at Saint Mary’s University, Dao will be heading to the Medical Laboratory Science Program at Mayo Clinic this summer.
If there is a lesson Jarod Boltjes ’12 can teach all of us during these trying times, it’s the power of resilience.
Next school year, chemistry students on the Winona Campus will be able to identify the composition of materials using a cutting-edge piece of equipment made possible by a recently awarded grant.
David Lynch, Ph.D., professor of History and Social Sciences, talks about how the historic level of partisanship divisiveness is threatening how the government works while delegitimizing and undermining institutions that make and enforce laws or serve as gatekeepers.