Kelley and I are grateful to be part of the Winona State University community of learners improving the world, and we are looking forward to all of the new and exciting things on the horizon.

The annual student-designed holiday card is a special tradition at Winona State University. Each year, our students demonstrate originality and talent as they share their perspectives on the WSU experience.

Everyone at Winona State University wishes you the blessing and joy of the Season.

Sincerely yours,
President Scott and Kelley Olson

About the Designer

This year’s card was created by WSU student Victoria Denn ’20, whose concept highlights campus landmarks along with new and exciting projects on the horizon. Victoria was inspired by the WSU letters on campus along with the Center for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Engagement & Learning  (CICEL) and the Laird Norton Center for Art & Design building projects.

Victoria is a senior in the I-Design program with a concentration in business & marketing. She has worked on other university campaigns, such as the campus college brochures and numerous projects for the Paul Watkins Gallery.

“I found that I am a people person. What I mean by that is, I like to help people and design for people. If I can inspire someone with my work or have a spark in their eyes. This gives me inspiration to continue to do what I love.”

Victoria Denn '20

I-Design Major, Winona State University

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Dr. Scott R. Olson was appointed the 15th president of Winona State University on May 16, 2012. He has published two books, 30 book chapters and 22 journal articles in publications in the United States, Canada, China, Korea, Poland, Russia, and India. He has delivered over 100 papers at conferences in Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Korea, Poland, Taiwan and the United States. Through a $20 million gift from the Lilly Endowment he was able to create the Global Media Network (which won a national award from the American Council on Education) and the Center for Media Design.

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