Degree helps alum land fire chief post

Degree helps alum land fire chief post

Tim Butler M’08 didn’t think that graduate school was for him. After all, it had been 25 years since he had earned his bachelor’s degree, and he had a fine job as Emergency Control Chief for the Saint Paul Fire Department. But he soon realized that if he was going to...
Memories of the hydrobiology station

Memories of the hydrobiology station

Part of a college education includes real-world preparation and hands-on learning experiences. This has been the hallmark of a Saint Mary’s education. Countless science students in the 1960s and ’70s benefited from a practical education that only the Mississippi River...
Jamaican M.Ed. graduates attend Winona ceremony

Jamaican M.Ed. graduates attend Winona ceremony

The Saint Mary’s University “global footprint” includes the M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning program offered at the Catholic College of Mandeville, Jamaica. The program attracts working teachers from across the island nation who strive to become better...
Spring Preview Day welcomes prospective students

Spring Preview Day welcomes prospective students

Spring Preview Day, held May 16, was the first introduction to Saint Mary’s for more than 60 high school juniors and sophomores and their families. As these students are just beginning to investigate colleges, Spring Preview Day was designed to provide them with a...
Graduate Professional Development for Educators

Graduate Professional Development for Educators

Life usually calms down for K-12 educators once the last school bell rings and students head home for the summer months. More and more teachers are using summertime for professional development, and they’re enrolling in courses through Saint Mary’s University of...