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Presidential search

New president will join Metro July 2016
The search process for the next president of Metropolitan State University is underway. MnSCU Chancellor Steven Rosenstone completed “listening sessions” with students, faculty, staff, administrators and members of the community and a search firm is actively recruiting candidates for consideration.

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Her favorite memory is participating in the “Feeling Naked” event coordinated by the Human Services Student Association.
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What’s Happening at Metro

January 28

Gordon Parks Gallery presents "Guiding Lights"

Metropolitan State University and Saint Paul Public Libraries invite you to join The Big Read, a community-wide reading program that will span a series of cultural events and discussions on issues of race, class, gender and the African American experience. The public kick-off program begins with the exhibition, Guiding Lights: Inspired by Folklore and Literature, at The Gordon Parks Gallery on Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. Learn More
February 15

Bring the heat to Metropolitan State’s chili cook-off

This February, Metropolitan State University’s Activities Board will be hosting the 2016 Winter Extravaganza Chili Cook-off. Students, staff or faculty with a knack for cooking or a special chili recipe have the chance to win prizes, as well as bragging rights. Those not interested in competing can attend, try some chili and see who wins the cook-off. Learn More
February 15

East Side Freedom Library Celebrates Black History Month with Film Series

The East Side Freedom Library Celebrates Black History Month with Film Series. Learn More