Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota loves teachers! Their words and actions help our children appreciate the value of their own uniqueness as well as the unique character of the people and world around them. We are proud to support them in all they do. This is why we are especially excited to announce the expansion […]
We understand the quality of education our students receive is reliant upon the quality of the professors who teach them. This is why we are so honored to have professors like Antar Salim, MBA, DBA. Dr. Salim has been teaching in the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program for 14 years and currently teaches courses […]
We are excited to introduce you to Gina Threinen, adjunct instructor for our Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (“BIDA”) program, who has been teaching in the program since its inception. Threinen shares more about her academic focus and the BIDA program: “I developed a course in Content and Communication Strategies for […]
Saint Mary’s Master of Social Work student Erin Lowe was awarded the 2020 Eugene R. Bonynge Memorial Graduate Scholarship.
When Paul Kotz, Ph.D., Ed.D. leadership core associate professor, released his inspirational book this spring, he didn’t anticipate the timely nature of the message, or the corresponding thirst for the stories of leadership and resilience with today’s challenges.
Andy Traetow M’07, C’13, Alex Schmidt C’13, Jake Tietje C’13, C’16, Kim Niss C’13, and Michelle Rosen M’96, C’05 have more than one thing in common. Besides their passion for educating others, they also share a bond established by their connections to the Fairmont School District and strengthened by their Saint Mary’s education.
In the child care setting, do social skills rate differently between 4-year-olds enrolled in play-based preschools when compared to those in academic-based preschools? One Ed.D. in Leadership student is determined to find out.
Under an adverse set of circumstances, Annette Greely has begun the next chapter of her career as the president and CEO of the Jones-Harrison Residence senior living community while completing her Doctorate of Education in Leadership at Saint Mary’s University.
Jimmy Cumbe-Paucar ’21 is a student of few words, but others in the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota community will be glad to tell you about the positive impact he has made on both the Twin Cities and Winona Campuses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given new perspectives to alumni of the M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology online program as they navigate the new normal of remote teaching.
Karen Spencer M’19 has always been interested in international affairs, having done several study abroad trips during her undergraduate studies. A trip to a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana in 2004, though, helped galvanize her professional passions and her future studies.
Both Renee Thompson ’03, M’07, and Jenifer Zinsmaster ’16, M’17, are hoping their passion for their doctoral dissertation research will help create reference materials for farm families long after they complete their Doctor of Business Administration from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
After serving as a police officer for 17 years, Shawn Williams D’19 recently presented research on use-of-force skills-based training programs across Minnesota, work that he hopes will shed light on gaps in the system when it comes to establishing uniformity at the state’s nine training facilities.
Sara Schreiner M’97 loves to surround her life with colors — both in a traditional sense and with the colorful experiences that she has had traveling all over the world. Now, she is advising in the school where her career began.
Not all losses are defined or finite, but they can still cause grief and physical ailments. Natalie Bowker M’06 recently gave a TEDx Talk on how to best handle “ambiguous losses” in our lives.
As Paul Kotz, Ph.D.,found out, grace can appear in very odd places, like at a table inside a dumpster in Kansas City.
Although Sylvester Amara Lamin is based on the Twin Cities Campus, his heart is never far from his native country of Sierra Leone.
Lukas Gotto M’17 is not one to boast, but his actions led to him being named the 2019 Technology Leader of the Year at the most recent Impact Education Conference.
George Diaz M’10 is a man who wears many hats — including a firefighter’s helmet when duty calls.
Calvin Yang M’17 always wanted to learn more about his identity as an American-born member of the Hmong community. It turns out he was far from alone in his pursuit.