There’s an App For That

Tyrre Burks ’10 was 15 years old when a sports injury changed his life. Burks was knocked out by a violent hit during his first varsity football game. It was a scary moment, but he recovered physically and went on to play at Winona State and professionally. What stuck...

A Life of Service

When Eric Kerska ’87 graduated from high school in La Crescent, Minn., he had no real idea of what he wanted to do with his life. Looking for some direction, he joined the Infantry Company in Winona a few months prior to his high school graduation, receiving his...

The Scientific Edge

  To a WSU Education Student Researchers on Path to Success At first, the subtle blurred vision, inability to maintain concentration, and clumsiness doesn’t trigger any red flags. You chalk it up to fatigue, stress, and a very busy lifestyle. You experience some...

A Story Well Told

The Written Word Is
The First Technology Developed By Humankind. From the earliest cave drawings to the origination of writing systems and the dawn of the alphabet, humankind has used the written word to chronicle its existence. Memories and traditions of generations...

Reinventing the Way We Teach

In the 21st Century Education Village Enters Phase II Winona State University College of Education Dean Tarrell Portman knows almost every square foot of the Wabasha Hall-Wabasha Rec-Cathedral School complex a few blocks east of the main campus. She has walked through...

True Grit

Gets Hansen on the Road Again Justin Hansen ’99 knew he had found his true calling from the moment he put on the uniform of a Wisconsin State Trooper. Justin Hansen graduated from Winona State University, served in the Army, and worked for the Wisconsin Department of...