Algren solves mysteries of complex data

Algren solves mysteries of complex data

Zach Algren, a double major in Accounting and Business Intelligence and Analytics, plays with numbers for fun. The Prior Lake, Minn., native decided to major in accounting when he discovered that the coursework came easily to him. “And I thought it would be important...
Ed.D. in Leadership opens doors

Ed.D. in Leadership opens doors

Photo: An Ed.D. student presents her dissertation research proposal during the March 7 poster session. Why pursue a doctorate in leadership at Saint Mary’s University? It opens the world to you. According to a panel of Ed.D. in Leadership alumni, earning a doctoral...
Two Saint Mary’s students selected for SAI scholarships

Two Saint Mary’s students selected for SAI scholarships

WINONA, Minn. — Two seniors in the Saint Mary’s University Music Department, Katie Stein and Kelsey Engesser, were recently selected as this year’s Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) Alumni Scholarship recipients. The Twin Cities SAI Alumni Chapter awards two scholarships through...
Vaughn focuses internship on empowering victims

Vaughn focuses internship on empowering victims

Manire Vaughn ’15 is managing his days to the minute. He has learned to always carry his electronic calendar, to keep good notes, and to “have a legal pad for everything.” The senior Human Services and Criminal Justice major is juggling his last semester of...
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