Julia Jones ’19

Name: Julia Jones | Class of 2019 | Major: Special Education: Developmental Disabilities and Academic and Behavioral Strategist | Post Graduation Job: Middle School Special Education Teacher Most Important Thing WSU Taught You I learned that my parents were 99.9%...

Lexie Adamsky ’19

Name: Lexie Adamsky | Class of 2019 | Major: Nursing | Post Graduation Job: Psychiatric Nurse at Mayo Clinic Words of Wisdom Get involved and commit to the organizations. You’ll get out of it what you put into it. Reach out when you need help. People are here to...

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 Education Administrators Seminar in India in March 2019. The two-week...

Erin Kloepping ’19

Name: Erin Kloepping | Class of 2019 | Major: Communication Studies | Post Graduation Job: Project Manager at Thirty Story Words of Wisdom Be faithful in the small things. I recently heard someone say, “It’s what you do every day that eventually shows.” Whether it’s...

Jordan Langness ’19

Name: Jordan Langness | Class of 2019 | Major: Composite Materials Engineering | Post Graduation Job: Associate Manufacturing Engineer at Northrop Grumman Words of Wisdom Have fun, but put in the work to succeed. Advice to Your Freshman Self Never be afraid to reach...

Bridging Partnerships between China and the West

In English Language Programs at Winona State University, a large Chinese scroll hangs proudly on the wall. Written in Chinese calligraphy by artist Linan Chen, the scroll reads, “True knowledge will bridge China and the West [學貫中西].” The scroll was gifted to the...