WSU Hosts Fall 2018 Commencement Ceremonies

Close to 500 students will participate in the Winona State University Fall 2018 Commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 14, in McCown...

WSU Alumna Named Winona Teacher of the Year

In 1996 Theresa Pearson walked across the stage at Winona State University and graduated with an English degree with a writing emphasis....

President Olson DJs for KQAL

Winona State University President Scott Olson will serve as a guest DJ for KQAL 89.5 FM from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8. Listen...

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Amanda Kindvall – From Start to Finish

From selecting a major to paying bills to getting help with homework, there are many choices and challenges that await the typical college student. Lucky for Amanda Kindvall of St. Francis, Minn., Winona State University TRIO Student Support Services was there to...

Jared Lancette – Every Opportunity for Success

First-generation students face many challenges on the path to a college degree, and Winona State University student Jared Lancette knows these challenges all too well. Lancette, who will be the first person in his immediate family to attain a bachelor’s degree, says...

WSU Announces New Master of Social Work Program

Winona State University’s (WSU) College of Nursing and Health Sciences has announced a new Master of Social Work (MSW) program starting the fall of 2019 to address the regional demand for licensed clinical social workers. Emerging societal issues of the aging...

Emma Tomb – Making Connections

For Emma Tomb, of Roseville, Minn., the factor that sets Winona State University apart from all other colleges is the feeling that everyone around her is just as invested in her success. Tomb transferred to Winona State in search of a smaller university that was...

Linh Nguyen – Pursuing Her Passion

Leaving home can be overwhelming for a new college student, and it was no exception for Winona State University international student Linh Nguyen. But considering “leaving home” for Nguyen meant more than 24 hours of travel across nearly 8,000 miles, and almost four...

Nicole Doyle – Inspired to Make a Difference

For Lakeville, Minn., native Nicole Doyle, Winona State University felt like home soon after she set foot on campus. From the beautiful fall colors to hiking and rollerblading along the lakes, there’s no place quite like Winona, says Doyle. But in the end, it was the...

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Melody Vang – Embracing Who You Are

For St. Paul, Minn., native Melody Vang, coming to Winona State University to pursue her bachelor’s degree meant stepping outside her comfort zone and challenging herself in ways she never thought possible. A first-generation student, Vang felt adrift in an unfamiliar...

Amanda Kindvall – From Start to Finish

From selecting a major to paying bills to getting help with homework, there are many choices and challenges that await the typical college student. Lucky for Amanda Kindvall of St. Francis, Minn., Winona State University TRIO Student Support Services was there to...

Jared Lancette – Every Opportunity for Success

First-generation students face many challenges on the path to a college degree, and Winona State University student Jared Lancette knows these challenges all too well. Lancette, who will be the first person in his immediate family to attain a bachelor’s degree, says...

WSU Announces New Master of Social Work Program

Winona State University’s (WSU) College of Nursing and Health Sciences has announced a new Master of Social Work (MSW) program starting the fall of 2019 to address the regional demand for licensed clinical social workers. Emerging societal issues of the aging...

WSU Hosts Fall 2018 Commencement Ceremonies

Close to 500 students will participate in the Winona State University Fall 2018 Commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 14, in McCown Gymnasium in Memorial Hall on the Winona campus. The morning ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. and include the College of Business, College...

Emma Tomb – Making Connections

For Emma Tomb, of Roseville, Minn., the factor that sets Winona State University apart from all other colleges is the feeling that everyone around her is just as invested in her success. Tomb transferred to Winona State in search of a smaller university that was...

Nicole Doyle – Inspired to Make a Difference

For Lakeville, Minn., native Nicole Doyle, Winona State University felt like home soon after she set foot on campus. From the beautiful fall colors to hiking and rollerblading along the lakes, there’s no place quite like Winona, says Doyle. But in the end, it was the...

WSU Alumna Named Winona Teacher of the Year

In 1996 Theresa Pearson walked across the stage at Winona State University and graduated with an English degree with a writing emphasis. Fast forward to 2018, and Pearson has just been named Teacher of the Year by the Winona Education Association Pearson teaches...

WSU Hosts Conversations about Race in Minnesota

Winona State University will host “A Good Time for the Truth: Conversations about Race in Minnesota” Nov. 14-15. This two-day residency will feature a panel discussion with several authors and the editor of "A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota” at 7 p.m....

Halloween in the Halls

  Winona State University Housing and Residence Life will host Halloween in the Halls from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31 at Lourdes Hall, 457 Gould St. Housing and Residence Life will provide guided trick-or-treating, allergy friendly treats, games, and an...

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