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Strategic Directions 2020

Strategic Directions 2020 addresses two key imperatives: defining our distinction in higher education and assuring that our curricular and co-curricular experience and practice adapts to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of a 21st century student body.

Georgetown report shows private school graduates fare better in long run.

CSB and SJU ranked in two categories nationally among baccalaureate schools.

Analysis shows high employment placement rate for both schools.

It’s the third time in four years that SJU has led the state nonprofit and public schools in Minnesota in salary after attending in various rankings.

  • Anya Jabour, Ph.D., Regents Professor of History, University of Montana "Claiming Rights, Championing Reform: Sophonisba Breckinridge, Women's Suffrage, and Social Welfare."
    Location: Quadrangle, SJU
    Thursday, September 17, 2020
    7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Calendars: Lectures, Panels, Conferences, Symposia, Colloquia
    Contact: Sheila Hellermann
    [email protected]
    Sponsored By: Political Science Department
  • Clemens Lecture 2020
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Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in June 2 MinnPost column "For unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic, Minnesota is below average"

Matt Lindstrom, professor of political science and director of the McCarthy Center; and Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, featured in May 21 St. Cloud Times article "Diversity is growing in St. Cloud — but not necessarily on elected bodies. Does that matter?"

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A team of CSB/SJU librarians and instructional technologists has been awarded the Minnesota Library Association’s Minnesota Academic Innovators Award. Kelly Kraemer, Adam Konczewski, Ethan Wittrock and Sarah Gewirtz received this award in recognition for their work combining instructional technology with information literacy values.  

The Okee Dokee Brothers, which includes Joe Mailander ’08, have a new album coming out May 1, Songs for Singin’. Songs will be released each Tuesday throughout April on the band’s website, including the first song now available, “Hope Machine.”

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