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2014 - Metropolitan State in the News

Wednesday, December 17—Kristi Waite Retiring as Rasmussen College President—Fox42 News

Friday, December 12—Theater grant helped St. Paul 'naughty kid' explore his identity on stage—

Monday, December 8—Sisterhood Is Powerful: Young Somali Women Find Experience, Community In Startup Boutique—Twin Cites Business

Monday, December 1—Dayton’s Bluff library celebrates 10 years—Lillie News

Monday, December 1—Tim Leslie preps to lead Dakota County Sheriff’s Office—Lillie News

Wednesday, November 19—St. Paul OKs East Side application for federal 'promise zone' designation—

Thursday, November 13—Metro State profs pass last no-confidence vote—MPR News

Wednesday, November 12—Moorhead faculty issue no-confidence vote—Mankato Free Press

Monday, November 10—Metro State students join revolt against MnSCU chancellor—StarTribune

Monday, November 10—Metro State students: No confidence in chancellor—Southwestern Minnesota's Daily Newspaper

Monday, November 10—Rosenstone's growing crisis, Part II—

Monday, November 10—Metro State Students: No Confidence in Chancellor—AM1240-WJON

Monday, November 10—Rosenstone's growing crisis —

Monday, November 10—Faculty revolt against chancellor spreads to Metro State U students—StarTribune

Monday, November 10—Three candidates vie for Waseca city manager position—Waseca County News

Monday, November 10—MnSCU chief gets Metro State student 'no confidence' vote—

Monday, November 10—Metro State students: No confidence in chancellor—MPR News

Saturday, November 8—In face of faculty revolt, MnSCU chancellor stays the course—StarTribune

Friday, November 7—Beacon Bank promotes Klaith—Eden Prairie News

Friday, November 7—MnSCU, faculty to go to mediation to resolve dispute over system's future—Prairie Business

Thursday, November 6—OPINION | Swede Hollow Park – commuter rail?—Twin Cities Daily Planet

Tuesday, November 4—New Ramsey police chief is a techie, but also a people person—StarTribune

Tuesday, November 4—5 More Questions: Doug Rossinow on our era's intense partisanship—MinnPost

Monday, November 3—Volunteer(s) of the Month: Winona residents connect with at-risk kids through Restorative Justice—

Sunday, November 2—Pipelines are a concern: Safety record doesn’t jibe with claims—Duluth News Tribune

Thursday, October 30—Welcome the newest reporter, Brielle Bredsten—Mille Lacs County Times

Wednesday, October 29—Brown to enter college basketball hall of fame—Williston Herald

Wednesday, October 29—Get a grip on your health—West Central Tribune

Tuesday, October 28—Ramsey Council taps Jeff Katers as next police chief—ABC Newspapers

Monday, October 27—Lone home stands surrounded by construction—

Sunday, October 19—Metro State breaks ground on new science center—East Side Review

Wednesday, October 15—Perhaps the verdict on Obama is not yet in—Star Tribune

Tuesday, October 14—2 profs push to reopen Metro State greenhouse—St. Paul Pioneer Press

Wednesday, October 8—Denmark Township: 1 board member challenged, 2 others unopposed —

Wednesday, October 8—Poverty simulation event hosted by Metropolitan State nursing school —

Tuesday, October 7—Metro State to break ground on science center Friday —

Tuesday, October 7—ISIS: The street gang on steroids —CNN

Monday, October 6—Funding for K-12 education and better salaries for teachers —BiS

Friday, October 3—Obituary: Textile artist Nancy MacKenzie produced one-of-a-kind pieces —StarTribune

Monday, September 29—First Lutheran breakfast evolves into mainstay —

Monday, September 29—Mr Guru —TermPaper Warehouse

Monday, September 29—Co-op construction will begin in early October —

Saturday, September 27—Minnesotans Show How to Create ‘Dementia-Friendly’ Communities —New America Media

Saturday, September 27—MPD chief a no-show at community forum on police violence —MSR News Online

Tuesday, September 23—Roseville part of study on creating ‘dementia-friendly’ communities —Park Bugle

Tuesday, September 23—In With the New Assessment —edtechdigest

Monday, September 22—2014 Top 40 Under 40: James L. Franklin —MassTransit

Monday, September 22—Seeking Atypical Role Models —Huff Post: The Blog

Sunday, September 21—Biz Buzz for Sept. 22, 2014 —Duluth News Tribune

Sunday, September 21—MN: Strong Job Growth Projected Along Gateway Transit Route —MassTransit

Friday, September 19—Strong job growth projected along Gateway transit route —StarTribune

Friday, September 19—Counterpoint: Editorial ignored student debt woes —StarTribune

Friday, September 19—Brooke Geiselman joins Essentia Health clinics —HowtownFocus.US

Thursday, September 18—Wichman-Prokes —The New Prague Times

Thursday, September 18—Gender Reel film fest comes to the U —Minnesota Daily

Thursday, September 11—Jerry Cotton Memorial Golf Tournament —Hastings Star Gazette

Friday, September 12—Treating Black men means healing Black women —MSR News

Friday, September 12—Minnesota's state colleges consider tuition freeze, funding request —StarTribune

Thursday, September 11— Maple Grove officer receives scholarship—Press & News

Wednesday, September 10—Eagan woman selected Metropolitan State University outstanding student —

Sunday, September 7—Chief of the National Guard Bureau: Who Is Frank Grass? —AllGov

Friday, August 29—Report: Twin Cities ranks high internationally as destination for foreign students —Business Journal

Monday, August 25—Metro State gets grant to do 100 paid internships —

Monday, August 25—We've Come to the End of the Road, the Final Homestand at Midway Stadium August 26-28 —Our Sports Central

Friday, August 22—Ferguson crisis offers lessons for other police departments —

Friday, August 22—Gov. Mark Dayton names six to MnSCU board of trustees —

Thursday, August 21—'Reading Buddies" program connects Twin Cities college and charter students —

Thursday, August 21—Frogtown's half-mile long banquet to spur food talk —

Wednesday, August 20—Ferguson protests lure many from across the U.S. —

Wednesday, August 20—Barbara Curchack presenting on community garden at State Fair —

Tuesday, August 19—Mixed media: The faculty show at Gordon Parks Gallery —

Friday, August 15—A look at modern masculinity in America —

Tuesday, August 12—GNP CEO Helgeson announces retirement —Bloomberg Business Week

Monday, August 11—With narrow work force focus, MnSCU has lost its way —

Monday, August 11—Growing a film company in Southern Minnesota —

Friday, August 8—Fairview Range welcomes Lisa Knapp, NP —

Thursday, August 7—EnergyPrint Hires Ben Herkenhoff as Development Team Lead —PRWeb

Wednesday, August 6—Faith Group creates new position and announces new hire in Minneapolis —St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tuesday, August 5—Metro State parking ramp delayed by soil cleanup —

Friday, August 1—Governor Dayton Appoints Diane B. Bratvold, Hilary Lindell Caligiuri, William J. Fisher, and Juan G. Hoyos to Fill Fourth Judicial District Vacancies —Office of Governor Mark Dayton

Wednesday, July 30—Anoka-Ramsey Cambridge Campus offers nursing and health career fair —Isanti County News

Monday, July 28—Quick studies —Minnesota Business

Monday, July 21—Radio host, civic leader Andy Driscoll dies at age 74 —

Friday, July 18—Aspiring educator shares penny-pinching tips —MSR News

Wednesday, July 16—The indelible stain of juvenile prisons —Star Tribune

Saturday, July 5—Metropolitan State University looks to fresh start with new president —

Thursday, July 3—Adjunct faculty issues discussion on Truth to Tell —

Wednesday, June 25—Imagination to action: Building commons movement from the ground up —

Tuesday, June 24—Meet your BC City Council and State Representative candidates —Sun Post

Tuesday, June 24—Metro State can go back to its rule-breaking roots —

Saturday, June 21—Ruben Rosario: Minnesota man's recovery at 13,000 feet —

Wednesday, June 18—Minnesota: Straighten up, MnSCU board: Pioneer Press editorial —

Tuesday, June 17—Minneapolis Urban League Honors Dr. Reatha Clark King —CBS News

Tuesday, June 17—Metro State honors students—

Monday, June 16—MnSCU boss gets new contract — last year—Grand Forks Herald

Monday, June 16—MnSCU announces it reached new deal with chancellor -- 8 months ago —

Thursday, June 12—Reatha Clark King to receive MUL Trailblazer Award—

Tuesday, June 10—MnSCU trustee to chairman: Don’t speak for me —Minnesota Public Radio: On Campus

Tuesday, June 10—Creative Collaboration benefits students at two East Side institutions —

Monday, June 9—Faculty union: MnSCU chancellor has hurt morale —Minnesota Public Radio

Monday, June 9—Union review: MnSCU chancellor has hurt faculty morale —Star Tribune

Monday, June 9—Faculty feud with MnSCU chancellor heats up —

Friday, June 6—Josie Smith - Traffic Reporter —5 Eyewitness News

Thursday, June 5—Jeanne Grant, North St. Paul receives Excellence in Teaching Award —

Wednesday, June 3—New Fusion program addresses shortage of tech workers —The Line

Sunday, June 1—Obituary: N. Judge King: Chemist, philanthropist —Star Tribune

Sunday, June 1—MEDA Entrepreneur of the Year reboots tech company —Star Tribune

Friday, May 30—Starion Financial hires Fischer, Richter —Prairie Business

Thursday, May 29—Continuing to serve others in retirement —Press & News

Thursday, May 29—Game-based courses at Rasmussen College can slash cost of degree —Star Tribune

Sunday, May 25—Small business: Media buying agency launches makeover —Star Tribune

Friday, May 23—Jason Sole: From Prison to PhD - A Success Story of Overcoming Drugs and Gang Li—blogtalkradio/The Iron Jen Show

Wednesday, May 21—Otto Bremer Foundation Sets a Record for the Largest Scholarship Gift for Colleges in MnSCU History —MnScu

Wednesday, May 14—$1 billion in state building projects nears final OK —Star Tribune

Monday, May 12—It’s shovels and dirt for Metro State parking ramp —

Friday, May 9—Theresa M. Neo to Fill Sixth Judicial District Vacancies —Office of Governor Mark Dayton

Friday, May 9—Next up: Extend transit to Woodbury —Star Tribune

Wednesday, May 7—St. Paul's major construction projects near completion —

Wednesday, May 7—ARTS & ACADEMICS: TCU Gay Straight Alliance —Le Center Leader

Wednesday, May 7—St. Paul's major construction projects near completion —

Wednesday, May 7—Senate Bonding Bill Invests $35.815 Million in East St. Paul—Minnesota Senate

Tuesday, May 6—Dental therapists aim to fill in oral health shortfalls —USA Today

Tuesday, May 6—Moving up the ladder at City Hall —SunPost

Friday, May 2—East Side Radio holds first community meeting —Twin Cities Daily Planet

Wednesday, April 30—Page hires new City Manager —Lake Powell Chronicle

Saturday, April 26—Rep. Kline to host career and jobs fair May 12 at Eagan Community Center —

Tuesday, April 22—Riverland hopes open house will be 'one-stop shop' for future students —Owatonna People's Press

Monday, April 21—Dayton's Bluff is blooming, as new buildings, businesses rise —

Wednesday, April 16—Rindfleisch selected as next village administrator —The McFarland Thistle

Tuesday, April 15—College students say changes needed in Minnesota's credit-transfer process —Prairie Business

Saturday, April 12—Convey Compliance benefits from growing IRS reporting requirements—Bloomberg Businessweek

Tuesday, April 8—Minnesota PRSA Honors Jim Lukaszewski with Donald G. Padilla Distinguished Practitioner Award—Las Vegas Review Journal

Wednesday, April 2—Karen students graduate from Metropolitan State University —

Tuesday, April 1—Film screening: "The Abolitionists" —

Monday, March 31—Adjunct professors say they've become the 'temp workers' of college classrooms —StarTribune

Wednesday, March 26—House bonding bill advances higher ed projects —Politics in Minnesota

Tuesday, March 25—Metropolitan State online classes help Granite Falls Hospital add WOC care —

Friday, March 21—Metro State garage, student center OK'd by St. Paul Planning Commission —

Wednesday, March 19—Learn about the history of immigration to St. Paul —Twin Cities Daily Planet

Wednesday, March 19—Gichana elected president of Mwanyagetinge —Mshale

Tuesday, March 18—Metropolitan State University going smoke and tobacco free —

Tuesday, March 18—Gateway Corridor Commission: 3 Scoping Meetings and more...—Gateway Corridor Newsletter

Tuesday, March 18—New chapter for St. Paul's historic Arlington Hills Branch Library —StarTribune /east metro

Friday, March 14—Community faculty Kenneth Blumenfeld interviewed about changing Minnesota winters —Minnesota 20/20 Blog

Friday, March 14—Metropolitan State drops hammer on smoking on campus —Pioneer Press

Monday, March 10—Groceries on the East Side of St. Paul: Who's there, who's coming —Twin Cities Daily Planet

Monday, March 10—Minnesota to the Horn of Africa: Connections to the Past & Future—Truth to Tell

Saturday, March 8—Ridgewater partner in the new 4-year RN program—Hutchison Leader

Friday, March 7—Mass murder at Kunming train station: propaganda by deed —MinnPost

Wednesday, March 5—Monte Bute: A favored professor's favorite books —

Tuesday, March 4—Safe And Supportive School Act Supporters Rally At State Capitol —Red Rock Radio Corporation

Tuesday, March 4—Reformed Convict Shares Life Lesson —ABC 6 News Now

Tuesday, March 4—U of M, MnSCU officials make pitch for facilities money —MPR News

Sunday, Feb. 16—Counterpoint: Ranked-choice voting does work —StarTribune commentaries

Tuesday, Jan. 28 —Tradition, Schism, and Continuity in Minnesota’s Communities of Faith —MNOpedia

Thursday, Jan. 23 —Two interim presidents named for MnSCU system—MinnPost

Thursday, Jan. 23 —St. Cloud State Provost Devinder Malhotra named interim president—Star Tribune--St. Cloud Times

Thursday, Jan. 23 —Winter Carnival kicks off—The St. Paul Voice

Wednesday, Jan. 22 —MnScu, Metro State grapple with demand for four-year degrees—MPR News

Wednesday, Jan. 15—Governor Mark Dayton releases bonding proposal—

Wednesday, Jan. 15—Matthew Filner, social sciences assistant professor, "MnSCU's New Plan: Charting Whose Future"—Minnesota 20/20

Thursday, Jan. 2—Experts, including Bruce Lindberg, Advance IT Minnesota executive director, discuss the increasing need for data analytics workers—Twin Cities Business

2013 - Metropolita State in the News

Friday, Dec. 13—V. Marcia Pruitt, individualized studies graduate, discusses the PhD Project in Twin Cities Daily Planet—Twin Cities Daily Planet

Thursday, Dec. 12—"Metro State safety chief recounts obstacle to prosecution"—MPR News On Campus Blog

Wednesday, Dec. 11—"University faculty union wants a say in MnSCU overhaul"—MPR News On Campus Blog

Saturday, Nov. 30—Associate Professor Monte Bute, social science, response to Star Tribune editorial—StarTribune letters

Monday, Nov. 25—Further perspectives on MnSCU's "Charting the Future for a Prosperous Minnesota"—Chancellor Rosenstone on The Daily CircuitStarTribune editorial on IFO positionSt. Cloud State President Potter on MPR

Thursday, Nov. 21—Faculty, student representative and administration perspectives on "Charting the Future for a Prosperous Minnesota"—MPR NewsStarTribunePioneer Press

Wednesday, Nov. 20—Minnesota State Colleges and Universities release "Charting the Future for a Prosperous Minnesota"—MnSCU System News

Friday, Nov. 8—Mohammad Zafar, financial aid outreach specialist, featured on Minnesota Almanac (segment begins around 31:40)—Minnesota Almanac

Tuesday, Nov. 5—After Anoka County Library balks, St. Paul Library invites author to speak—StarTribuneupdated

Friday, Nov. 1 —As many seek to put a face on addiction and recovery, anonymity gets a second look—MinnPost

Friday, Nov. 1—Metro State reaches deal with city and neighbors over parking garage, student center—

Thursday, Oct. 31—Rowell Receives a 'Minnesota Nice' Welcome in St. Paul—Publishers Weekly

Thursday, Oct. 30—Creative Writing Associate in Fine Arts Degree now offered at Anoka-Ramsey Community College—Isanti County News

Friday, Oct. 25—Dakota County beat: Minnesota colleges' plant orchard for Newtown, Conn.—StarTribune

Thursday, Oct. 24—Ranked-choice voting meets a crowded field in Minneapolis—MPRnews

Tuesday, Oct. 22 —Workforce Center to host open house—StarTribune

Tuesday, Oct. 22—Gen. Grass returns to Minnesota to sit down with state leaders and visit alma mater—Minnesota National Guard

Thursday, Oct. 10—Normandale expands academic partnerships—SunCurrent (Bloomington)

Wednesday, Oct. 9—Metro State University president to retire in 2014— MPR News

Wednesday, Oct. 9—Metro State U president to step down—StarTribune

Wednesday, Oct. 9—Metro State president announces retirement—

Monday, Oct. 7—Three Years Later, Institute of Medicine Report is Fueling Innovations in Nursing Practice and Education—Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Friday, Oct. 4—Why Minnesota DFLers failed the gun-violence test—MinnPost

Tuesday, Oct. 1—Professors Nancy Black and Monte Bute featured in—StarTribune and Minnesota Public Radio 

Friday, Sept. 20—Professor August Hoffman on WCCO Radio—WCCO Radio

Friday, Sept. 20—Monte Bute op-ed in Saint Paul Pioneer Press "The firmament works in mysterious ways" —Saint Paul Pioneer Press

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