Staff Profile: Megan Simonson

Megan Simonson, Recruitment and Advising Coordinator for the Winona State University-Rochester Teacher Education program, says, “The culture at Winona State University-Rochester is incredible. Everyone is so supportive and motivated to help our students succeed.”

Why Teachers Are Important

A well-educated, quality teacher plays a tremendous role in shaping our world. There’s no doubt; teachers change lives. Outside of the home, teachers are often the biggest factor that influences a young person’s life. Nearly every person can name a teacher that made a...

WSU in the News: Rochester Nursing Student Leads Military Flag Ceremony

Winona State University students and faculty joined together with the greater Rochester community for a special flag ceremony lead by Major Mackenzie Johnson, a student with the Winona State Nursing Department and a flight nurse with the United States Air Force Reserves.

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Why Teachers Are Important

A well-educated, quality teacher plays a tremendous role in shaping our world. There’s no doubt; teachers change lives. Outside of the home, teachers are often the biggest factor that influences a young person’s life. Nearly every person can name a teacher that made a...

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