WSU Supports Youth Development Professionals

  Throughout the pandemic, personal and professional challenges have left many feeling depleted and stuck in the middle, with a lack of clarity on how to fuel forward. This has been especially true for non-profit teams committed to serving the common good and...

Turning Grief into Determination

For most new college students, Move-In Day is full of excitement, exhilaration and the promise of new fulfilling adventures.   For 2021 Winona State University graduate Kaylee Bayer, that was not the case.  Leading up to the big day, Bayer’s excitement at...

Through Resolve & Support, Zijie Liu Excelled

There’s one last thing Zijie Liu needs to do before her final day at Winona State University:   The only thing I want to do before I graduate is to go to the cafeteria and have one last omelet!   But there were a lot of people at WSU giving Liu a hand and...

WSU Student Teachers Finish Warrior Strong

For WSU Education majors, student teaching marks the final semester when pedagogy becomes practice and their career becomes real. Exhilarating and all-encompassing, the experience takes everything a college senior has and more. This spring, the COVID-19 pandemic added...

WSU Pre-Social Work Majors Making an Impact

Winona State University pre-social work majors are finding creativealternatives to in-person volunteer outreach, doing good in the community through their 120-hour introduction internship. WSU Professor Cathleen Faruque says that although COVID-19 has disrupted their...

A Bridge to the Community

Bridges Health Winona, a WSU student-led, faculty-guided, interprofessional and free community wellness clinic that provides holistic healthcare to populations in need throughout the Winona area, is changing things up in the battle against COVID-19.   At Bridges,...