Exploring Chemistry Career Options

Eden Wilcox ’16 Eden Willcox, a 2016 ACS Biochemistry Graduate has had an interesting journey post graduation. From Fastenal to a position doing Laboratory QC/QA, working as a substitute teacher, to...

WSU Data Analytics Competition Offers Students Professional Edge

Each spring, Winona State University sponsors the Midwest Undergraduate Data Analytics Competition (MUDAC), bringing together student participants, their advisors, and analytics professionals for a...

Upright Again Named Professor of the Year

Winona State University Sociology Professor Craig Upright has been selected as Professor of the Year for the second year in a row. The Professor of the Year designation is awarded annually by the...

Inside/Outside Solidarity

From the Women’s Studies Classroom to LGBT Books to Prisoners Project On March 26th of 2018, a group of students from Dr. Mary Jo Klinker’s WGSS 374: “Queer Theories and Politics” travelled to Madison, WI to send books to LGBT prisoners and gain first-hand experience...

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Exploring Chemistry Career Options

Eden Wilcox ’16 Eden Willcox, a 2016 ACS Biochemistry Graduate has had an interesting journey post graduation. From Fastenal to a position doing Laboratory QC/QA, working as a substitute teacher, to now becoming the Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator for the City of...

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Six Differences of Note in London

There are many things we take for granted in the United States, not realizing how much we utilize or interact with these items in our daily lives until we travel to a new country. We have come to find that there...

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5 Things I’ve Noticed While in London

Smoking is Still Trendy Here First of all: cigarettes are verywhere. They litter the streets, collect in flower pots, and can be found between almost every Londoners’ fingers. The smell of tobacco covers most...

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Why You Should Travel Like Your Life Depends On It

I’ve always been one to enjoy a good adventure now and again, but unless I impulsively drive out of town, it’s always a struggle to plan a trip out of Winona. It’s nice, it’s safe, and I know where everything is. If I need coffee or a place to write, I know where to...

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