The Ripple Effect: A Faculty Member’s Study Abroad Story

Fall 2016 I sat in the office of the Assistant Vice President for the Center of Global Engagement blubbering. I was literally shedding mascara. Me: I’m such a loser. I’m 41 and don’t even have a passport.Her: [grabs tissue box] It’s never too...

Home is Without Borders

My name is Kendra Nusbaum, and I am a junior from St. Cloud, Minnesota. I study nursing and Spanish with a minor in Child Advocacy Studies (CAST). This past spring, I studied abroad in Valparaíso, Chile with Academic Programs International (API) to finish my Spanish...

Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend

Most who will read this, likely haven’t paid much attention as they walked by the Hackberry tree outside the R.A. DuFresne Performing Arts Center on WSU’s campus. It has stood in its place and served passers-by (both human and nature’s critters alike) as a silent...

Elevate Relevancy in Challenging Times

WSU ACE partners with Sandy Anderson, MS Organizational Consultant & Coach, to deliver customized, strength-based, solution-focused strategies for businesses of all sectors. In this month’s ACE in the Community, learn how leaders can leverage the middle mess to...

With Strong Academic Programs Come Successful Alumni Careers

Winona State University offers nearly 100 degree programs that give students the knowledge and skills they need to enter a variety of professional fields from nursing, teaching, business management, scientific research, communications and so much more. But don’t just...

WSU in the News: Students Compete in NASA Space Apps Challenge

Winona State University students, faculty and community members joined together to inspire, create and design for NASA’s Spaces Apps Challenge. The challenge is a 48 hour global collaboration event with WSU teams being the only participating location in...