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Turning data into decisions

Turning data into decisions

Students in Michael Ratajczyk’s data analysis and business modeling course reviewed notes and discussed tactics as they waited for their turn in front of the judges. The students, primarily sophomores and juniors, had been given the task of analyzing data from a...

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Lights, Camera, Action! Walterman accepted into top film school [video]

Lights, Camera, Action! Walterman accepted into top film school [video]

“Saint Mary’s helped me find my artistic voice, be a leader on campus, and provide me the space to make these videos,” Walterman said. “And I formed close relationships with faculty who helped me get internships and jobs. I’ve grown so much. I wanted to be an individual, not a number. I wanted to be known. It definitely happened here.”

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Alumni open doors for Cardinals to soar

By Abbie Fangman ’17 When Kelly (McGillen) Nelson ’02 is looking to hire new talent, she doesn’t just turn to want ads or LinkedIn—she also reaches out to her alma mater, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Nelson, vice president of credit administration at Home...

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University Convocation focuses on Unity in Diversity

When a new academic year begins, it’s not only the students who learn. Just before fall classes begin, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota faculty and staff members come together for an annual University Convocation that includes professional development. The theme...

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Three to be inducted into Cardinal Hall of Fame

The Saint Mary's University Cardinal 'M' Club, in association with the Alumni Association, will induct three members into the Saint Mary's Sports Hall of Fame during Cardinal 'M' Club Weekend Friday-Sunday, Sept. 9-11. The celebratory weekend runs in conjunction with...

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Promoting fitness in our communities

Minnesota had an obesity rate of 27.6% in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Gregory Dodd ’15 aims to improve that statistic in Saint Paul. As the health and fitness coordinator for Saint Paul Parks and Recreation, Dodd develops...

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The art of achievement

Danielle E. Miller ’11 didn’t set out to be an artist. Instead, art found her at a time in her life when she needed it most.
And now her art is inspiring others. Miller, joined by 22 international artists, is currently exhibiting at The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition in New York City.

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