A Warrior-Style Last Day Celebration

Brand new Winona State University graduate Emily Robertson ’20 celebrated earning her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood this past Friday with not one, but two virtual...

WSU in the News: Students Compete in NASA Space Apps Challenge

Winona State University students, faculty and community members joined together to inspire, create and design for NASA's Spaces Apps Challenge. The challenge is a 48 hour global collaboration event...

Academic Life: Excellence in Nursing

  With a commitment to academic excellence, the Winona State University Department of Nursing continues to deliver committed, passionate and hardworking nurses for over...

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Professor Pop-Up: Biochemistry

Professor Pop-Up: Biochemistry

If you enjoy studying how everything around us is connected and how living things run, you could harness those passions into a career as a chemist.  I think the most meaningful connections a student can make during their college career come from watching their...

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Professor Pop-Up: Sociology

Professor Pop-Up: Sociology

If you like to people-watch and understand individuals’ stories and roles in society, you could foster those interests into a career as a sociologist.  I went to college thinking I’d become a high school math teacher, but an introductory sociology course instantly...

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Professor Pop-Up: Athletic Training

Professor Pop-Up: Athletic Training

If sports are your favorite thing, either as a player in high school or as a fan, you could tunnel that passion into a career as an athletic trainer.  I really wanted to work in the healthcare field and be a part of patients’ recovery journeys on a daily basis rather...

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Biology Outstanding Graduate: Jared Holm

Biology Outstanding Graduate: Jared Holm

Major: Biology - Environmental Science Why I chose Biology at WSU I chose biology, more specifically environmental science, because of my fascination with life, nature, and the outdoors. What I gained from my experience in the Biology Department Like many students, I...

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LGBT Books to Prisoners

LGBT Books to Prisoners

LGBT Books to Prisoners is an organization based in Madison, WI that is run through volunteers and donations. They send free packages of books and educational materials to LGBTQ+ individuals across the United States that are incarcerated. With the mission to...

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Karen Sullivan ’19

Karen Sullivan ’19

Name: Karen Sullivan | Class of 2019 | Major: B.S. Early Childhood & Elementary Education/Sociology and MS Professional Leadership | Post Graduation Job: Interim Director of the WSU Children’s Center

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Latest Posts

Professor Pop-Up: Biochemistry

If you enjoy studying how everything around us is connected and how living things run, you could harness those passions into a career as a chemist.  I think the most meaningful connections a student can make during their college career come from watching their...

read more

Professor Pop-Up: Sociology

If you like to people-watch and understand individuals’ stories and roles in society, you could foster those interests into a career as a sociologist.  I went to college thinking I’d become a high school math teacher, but an introductory sociology course instantly...

read more

Professor Pop-Up: Athletic Training

If sports are your favorite thing, either as a player in high school or as a fan, you could tunnel that passion into a career as an athletic trainer.  I really wanted to work in the healthcare field and be a part of patients’ recovery journeys on a daily basis rather...

read more

The Ripple Effect: A Faculty Member’s Study Abroad Story

Fall 2016 I sat in the office of the Assistant Vice President for the Center of Global Engagement blubbering. I was literally shedding mascara. Me: I'm such a loser. I'm 41 and don't even have a passport.Her: [grabs tissue box] It's never too late. Me: [whining] All...

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Home is Without Borders

My name is Kendra Nusbaum, and I am a junior from St. Cloud, Minnesota. I study nursing and Spanish with a minor in Child Advocacy Studies (CAST). This past spring, I studied abroad in Valparaíso, Chile with Academic Programs International (API) to finish my Spanish...

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