Gilbert Obiero ’19

Name: Gilbert Obiero | Class of 2019 | Major: Public Health - Epidemiology | Post Graduation Job: Community Health Worker at Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association ...

Study Abroad Director Receives Fulbright Grant

Susan Niedzwiecki-Pham, Director of Study Abroad at Winona State University, received a grant this spring through the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program to attend the Fulbright-Nehru International...

Erin Kloepping ’19

Name: Erin Kloepping | Class of 2019 | Major: Communication Studies | Post Graduation Job: Project Manager at Thirty Story Be faithful in the small things. I recently heard...

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LGBT Books to Prisoners

LGBT Books to Prisoners is an organization based in Madison, WI that is run through volunteers and donations. They send free packages of books and educational materials to LGBTQ+ individuals across the United States that are incarcerated. With the mission to...

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Karen Sullivan ’19

Name: Karen Sullivan | Class of 2019 | Major: B.S. Early Childhood & Elementary Education/Sociology and MS Professional Leadership | Post Graduation Job: Interim Director of the WSU Children’s Center

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Juan Manuel Rojas Cabrera ’19

Name: Juan Manuel Rojas Cabrera | Class of 2019 | Major: Nursing | Post Graduation Plans: Graduate Research Program in Neural Engineering Laboratory at Mayo Clinic | Selected as Outstanding Student for Nursing

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Christine Salentiny ’19

Name: Christine Salentiny | Class of 2019 | Major: Elementary Early Childhood Education | Post Graduation Job: Kindergarten Teacher at Round Lake

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David Moonen ’19

Name: David Moonen | Class of 2019 | Major: Commercial Recreation, Army ROTC | Post Graduation Job: CEO of Merrimack Canoe Company Escaping into the backwaters and bluffs every chance I got. I also have several professors that have proved to be…

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Kimberly Lee ’19

Name: Kimberly Lee | Class of 2019 | Major: Mathematics Secondary Teaching | Post Graduation Job: Aspiring Math Teacher Being highly involved with the Inclusion & Diversity Office under the direction of Alexander Hines. It helped shaped my…

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Substantive Solidarity from Winona to Madison

On April 1st, 2019, students from Dr. Mary Jo Klinker’s “Queer Theories and Politics” Class (WGSS 374) at Winona State University went to Madison, WI to meet and volunteer alongside the organization LGBT Books to Prisoners. This allowed them the opportunity to gain...

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LGBT Books to Prisoners

LGBT Books to Prisoners is an organization based in Madison, WI that is run through volunteers and donations. They send free packages of books and educational materials to LGBTQ+ individuals across the United States that are incarcerated. With the mission to...

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Take Back the Night 2019

A Night for Healing, Community, and Solidarity Take Back the Night (TBTN) has been a movement that brings to the forefront the prevalence of gender-based violence and creates a community for victims/survivors to feel supported. The movement began in the '70s to...

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Karen Sullivan ’19

Name: Karen Sullivan | Class of 2019 | Major: B.S. Early Childhood & Elementary Education/Sociology and MS Professional Leadership | Post Graduation Job: Interim Director of the WSU Children’s Center

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Juan Manuel Rojas Cabrera ’19

Name: Juan Manuel Rojas Cabrera | Class of 2019 | Major: Nursing | Post Graduation Plans: Graduate Research Program in Neural Engineering Laboratory at Mayo Clinic | Selected as Outstanding Student for Nursing

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