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As Saint Mary’s senior Danielle Franke dreams of a career in obstetrics, she was excited to learn more about how regenerative medicine will benefit her future patients. “Getting the chance to hear about the advancements happening in medicine around the world was...read more
As a college student who isn’t from this area, Elizabeth Wright admits she had never heard of Fastenal, even though they’re the largest fastener distributor in North America headquartered in Winona. But all that is changing through Saint Mary’s University's new...read more
Tara Nagy ’18, business intelligence analyst, and Julianne Bartosz ’13, manager of public relations, are both working with the Chicago White Sox. Find out how these two women got connected and each found their way to the business side of sports.read more
After working on national social media platforms, Saint Mary’s sophomore Alec Rudh knows to keep his statements short and to-the-point. So, in describing what it was like working at the 2019 Winter X Games in Aspen Jan. 22-28, he is concise: “best experience of my life, hands down.” Rudh was one of 17 Saint Mary’s business students who were part of the 2019 Winter X Games Student Work Program.read more
Over Christmas break, James Perreault ’20 is taking his UVCanopy concept one step closer to production. The junior finance major at Saint Mary’s had an opportunity to pitch his idea for a sanitizing system for wheelchairs and other hospital equipment to medical professionals at Mayo Clinic on Dec. 7 as part of the Mayo Walleye Tank competition.read more
Mike Mezzano ’17 admits there was only one, very small negative aspect to having a job lined up early in his college career. During his senior year, when Mezzano found himself with a little extra free time, his friends were busy sending out résumés and lining up...read more
Saint Mary’s science interns spent the summer researching area bat habitats, testing local waters, and removing invasive species. They gained valuable research techniques and learned how their work can contribute to helping issues on local, regional, and even potentially national levels.read more
With a new ThermoFischer Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer, Saint Mary’s students are now able to separate, identify, and quantify complex mixtures of chemicals at a whole new level.read more
It was a game-changing move. Saint Mary’s University broke ground May 1 on a new $704,000 baseball clubhouse, and excitement was in full swing. Assistant athletic director and Cardinal head baseball coach Nick Winecke ’07 told the audience, “Having a facility that...read more
WINONA and MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — The Rev. James P. Burns, IVD, Ph.D., dean of the Woods College of Advancing Studies and Summer Session at Boston College, has been named the 14th president of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Mary Ann Remick, chair of the...read more