The Future of Giving

The world is changing and technology is impacting the best practices for fundraising. Now almost 3 in 4 schools participate in an online time-sensitive giving initiative. "Other donation drive methods such as phonathons, snail mail, and peer to peer fundraising are...

You Must Like Seeking Adventures

Kassie Dunbar '09 Social Work | Women's and Gender Studies | CAST “You must like seeking adventures,” Olasee Davis said to me on the way back down on our hike from Maroon Ridge. Olasee is a professor at the University of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, who further...

The Power of Experience

It can change everything. An experiential education can change the course of a student’s life. Collaboration can change organizations and careers. State-of-the-art spaces can change what is created. And an inviting space to gather and celebrate can change a community....

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This is WSU

This is WSU

In spring 2018, we explored what makes WSU, WSU. To do so, we went searching for those in our WSU community who are living the mission of improving our world. From students to faculty, staff and alumni, we found inspiring individuals around every corner....

Distinguished Young Alumni & Faculty

Distinguished Young Alumni & Faculty

Each year at Homecoming, Winona State University and the Alumni Society recognize individuals for their outstanding commitment to the University, its mission, and to improving our world. Distinguished Young Alumni Jordan Henrickson...

A Warrior Through Time

A Warrior Through Time

Virtual Homecoming 2018 #WSUHOCO18 Can’t make it home this October? You can still join us for WSU’s Virtual Homecoming and follow the celebration live via Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook. All returning alumni are encouraged to post pics and tweets of the...

The Whitewater Watershed – “Legotized”

The Whitewater Watershed – “Legotized”

Assistant Professor Dylan Blumentritt, of WSU’s Geoscience Department, was involved in a project to build a scaled, 3D topographic model of the Whitewater watershed in spring 2018. The project, spearheaded by Allison Bender of the Minnesota GreenCorps...

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Fall 2018 Current News

Fall 2018 Current News

Education Village Updates Groundbreaking The next phase of the Education Village project is officially underway, with a ceremonial groundbreaking taking place at the end of April 2018. The two-year project will create a spectrum of learning environments to prepare...

Fall 2018 Athletic News

Fall 2018 Athletic News

NFL Recruits This past spring saw two WSU football players scouted by NFL teams. Fullback Zach Olstad ‘17 was invited to the Buffalo Bills’ rookie minicamp, and defensive back Andrew Spencer was invited to the Cleveland Browns’. Following the conclusion of the...

Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Hall of Fame Class of 2018

The WSU Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes those who have shown distinctive and exceptional ability as an athlete and in their lives on campus and post-graduation. Bria Magnuson ’07 Bria Magnuson ’07 set and still owns the school record for pole vault in both the indoor...

The Whitewater Watershed – “Legotized”

The Whitewater Watershed – “Legotized”

Assistant Professor Dylan Blumentritt, of WSU’s Geoscience Department, was involved in a project to build a scaled, 3D topographic model of the Whitewater watershed in spring 2018. The project, spearheaded by Allison Bender of the Minnesota GreenCorps...

Fall 2018 – In Memoriam

Fall 2018 – In Memoriam

1940s Elizabeth (Currer) Wolf ’41 (Faribault, Minn.) passed away peacefully on May 5, 2018. She was a 1936 graduate of Minnehaha Academy before she went on to earn her two-year teaching degree at Winona State Teacher's College. She founded the first kindergarten in...

2018 Fall Currents – Class Notes

2018 Fall Currents – Class Notes

1940s   Donna (Sinclair) Johnson ’48 (Mable, Minn.) turned 90 years old in April 2018, and continues to work as a librarian at the Mabel Public Library. She has worked there since 1994 and says she has no plans to retire. She previously worked for the local school...

The Future of Giving

The world is changing and technology is impacting the best practices for fundraising. Now almost 3 in 4 schools participate in an online time-sensitive giving initiative. "Other donation drive methods such as phonathons, snail mail, and peer to peer fundraising are...

Fall 2018 Athletic News

NFL Recruits This past spring saw two WSU football players scouted by NFL teams. Fullback Zach Olstad ‘17 was invited to the Buffalo Bills’ rookie minicamp, and defensive back Andrew Spencer was invited to the Cleveland Browns’. Following the conclusion of the...

Fall 2018 – In Memoriam

1940s Elizabeth (Currer) Wolf ’41 (Faribault, Minn.) passed away peacefully on May 5, 2018. She was a 1936 graduate of Minnehaha Academy before she went on to earn her two-year teaching degree at Winona State Teacher's College. She founded the first kindergarten in...

2018 Fall Currents – Class Notes

1940s   Donna (Sinclair) Johnson ’48 (Mable, Minn.) turned 90 years old in April 2018, and continues to work as a librarian at the Mabel Public Library. She has worked there since 1994 and says she has no plans to retire. She previously worked for the local school...

Fall 2018 Current News

Education Village Updates Groundbreaking The next phase of the Education Village project is officially underway, with a ceremonial groundbreaking taking place at the end of April 2018. The two-year project will create a spectrum of learning environments to prepare...

Distinguished Young Alumni & Faculty

Each year at Homecoming, Winona State University and the Alumni Society recognize individuals for their outstanding commitment to the University, its mission, and to improving our world. Distinguished Young Alumni Jordan Henrickson...

A Warrior Through Time

Virtual Homecoming 2018 #WSUHOCO18 Can’t make it home this October? You can still join us for WSU’s Virtual Homecoming and follow the celebration live via Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook. All returning alumni are encouraged to post pics and tweets of the...

The Power of Experience

It can change everything. An experiential education can change the course of a student’s life. Collaboration can change organizations and careers. State-of-the-art spaces can change what is created. And an inviting space to gather and celebrate can change a community....

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