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.
Current immigration policies could significantly harm the economy in the long term, according to Christine Beech, D.M., the Dr. Jon and Betty Kabara Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Several individuals were recently inducted into Delta Epsilon Sigma, a national scholastic honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. To be eligible for membership in the society, candidates must have a record of outstanding academic accomplishment, have shown dedication to intellectual activity, and have accepted their responsibility of service to others.
When it comes to the communication department at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, the goal is to always balance knowledge gained inside the classroom with experience outside of it.
A report from Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce provides new insight into the positive return on investment of liberal arts colleges.