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Sharing traits of high performers

Sharing traits of high performers

By Emily Loof ‘18 The student-athletes of Saint Mary’s recently got a taste of what it is like to be a professional athlete—specifically, what it is like to be a Minnesota Viking. On April 3, performance coach Dr. Cindra Kamphoff, Ph.D., visited Saint Mary’s to...

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Harteau named one of world’s greatest leaders

Harteau named one of world’s greatest leaders

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota alumna Janeé Harteau ’03, M’06 is a proven leader in her profession, the community, the classroom. And, now—in a recent listing by Fortune magazine—the Minneapolis police chief has been named one of the world’s 50 greatest leaders....

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A whirlwind of success

Although it’s early fall, professional dancer Bryan Charles Moore ’13 is already dreaming of a white Christmas. In November, the national tour of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas will begin and women in red velvet dresses and men in top hats will be twirling across the...

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Meeting society’s needs through Lasallian research

More than 100 professors, administrators, researchers, and students from throughout the world gathered at the Saint Mary’s University Center for the fifth annual International Symposium on Lasallian Research, Sept. 25–27. Hosted by Saint Mary’s University, its...

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Leading a Minnesota college advisory board

As chair of the Minnesota Association of Private College Students (MAPCS) student advisory board, Alexander Miller ’17 has the important task of representing the more than 60,000 students from the 17 member colleges and universities of the Minnesota Private College Council (MPCC).

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Leaders in healthcare, medical research gather Sept. 25–27

Internationally recognized leaders in health care and medical research will gather on the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus for the fifth annual International Symposium on Lasallian Research, Sept. 25–27.    The symposium features three keynote...

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Students assist with tick research

One of Dr. Jeanne Minnerath’s former biology students once gave her his advice for future students: “If (Dr. Minnerath) ever asks you to get up at 9 a.m. to help her collect ticks, DO IT,” he said. Dr. Minnerath has been involved in tick research throughout Minnesota...

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Homeboy Industries founder shares inspiring message

The Sept. 13 College Convocation evoked a mixture of laughter and heartfelt tears. The evening started solemnly and ended with a boisterous standing ovation, as well as a sincere desire to “stand in the margins.” As part of its ongoing leadership and inclusivity...

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