Using education to make an impact

Using education to make an impact

Jamal Akubar wasn’t sure he’d be able to juggle everything if he went back to school. He was working two jobs and was newly married. But once he began pursuing his bachelor’s degree completion program in accounting at Saint Mary’s, he realized work and school could...
Salgado ready to help youth in crisis

Salgado ready to help youth in crisis

Armando Salgado ’15 will be the first to admit that, at first, he struggled in college. As a First Generation Scholar (FGI) at Saint Mary’s University, he wasn’t meeting his grade-point-average requirements and was close to losing his scholarship. But, Salgado said,...
Studying effects of collaboration on philanthropy

Studying effects of collaboration on philanthropy

Cathy Mann listened as a panel of accomplished fundraisers answered questions from the audience. Someone asked, “Why were you drawn to fundraising?” And one by one, each panelist answered, “Because we get to make a difference.” Mann nodded in agreement. It was her own...
Students team up to study ant behavior

Students team up to study ant behavior

Mae Yang ’15 and Aleah Bingham ’15 learned a lot about the common, western thatching ant after six months of intensive study—including that they bite. Bingham, a Biology major and Chemistry and Environmental Biology minor from Eden Prairie, and Yang, an Environmental...
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