Animals in the classroom provide hands-on experience

Animals in the classroom provide hands-on experience

Dogs, horses, and guinea pigs were part of the learning experience for students in the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus classrooms this summer. Animals have long been associated with helping people. For example, dogs have traditionally been...
Students jump right in to community service

Students jump right in to community service

You never know what you’ll find when you help tidy up a park. More than 80 Saint Mary’s students (mostly freshmen doing their first community service in Winona) donated an afternoon to clean up scenic Lake Park, playgrounds, bike path, and sand volleyball...
Saint Mary’s at the State Fair

Saint Mary’s at the State Fair

While you’re at the Minnesota State Fair, visit our Saint Mary’s University booth and connect with us — we’d love to get to know you better. From Aug. 27 through Sept. 7, we’ll be at the “Great Minnesota Get-Together” in the Education building on the Fair’s east side....
Detecting dark matter

Detecting dark matter

It’s a matter of dark matter. As an undergraduate double major in mathematics and physics at Saint Mary’s University, Evan Shockley ’14 began searching for answers about the laws of nature and the cosmos. One year into the physics Ph.D. program at the University of...
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