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Saint Mary’s Chamber Singers to perform in England

Saint Mary’s Chamber Singers to perform in England

WINONA, Minn. — The Chamber Singers of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will perform in England as part of their 2017 concert tour. The 25-voice select ensemble is directed by Dr. Patrick M. O’Shea, professor of music. Tour performances will include the following...

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Be yourself by being someone else [video]

Be yourself by being someone else [video]

Angie Mazzuca ’13 used to get physically ill at the thought of public speaking. “But then I joined high school speech and never shut up,” she said. The once-shy student is now a junior high English teacher coaxing other shy students to come out of their boxes—through...

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Studying abroad changes lives [video]

Studying abroad changes lives [video]

Erin Doyle ’17 left for her London study abroad trip in 2015 as a quiet introvert. “I didn’t think I could ever travel by myself,” she said. “I’d never been on a plane, never left the country other than Canada, and hadn’t even seen the sea. But I did so successfully,...

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Heukeshovens give preview performance before European tour

WINONA, Minn. — The husband and wife duo of Janet and Eric Heukeshoven will perform “Duo Concertanté’ with the Winona Municipal Band in Lake Park Band Shell at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 22. The new music was commissioned for the Minnesota Ambassadors of Music 2016...

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Four alumni to be honored at Saint Mary’s Reunion Weekend

WINONA, Minn. — Each year during summer Reunion Weekend festivities, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota honors outstanding alumni. This year’s Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient is Merle F. Wilberding of Dayton, Ohio; the Alumni Appreciation Award will be given...

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Career pathways for healthcare workers

The growing demand for healthcare workers creates pressure for employers to attract, develop, and retain a highly skilled workforce. The career pathways for workers in the healthcare field vary as much as the preparation to become one—from short term on-the-job...

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Alumna researches global health systems

The World Health Organization ranked the United States’ healthcare system 37th in the world. Master of Arts in Health and Human Services Administration graduate Kue Yang Thao M’16 used her capstone paper research efforts to determine why the U.S. was ranked so low.

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