The assistant professor in the School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, was recognized by the Religion News Association.
The awards recognize innovative people in Minnesota at all levels who help develop and foster strategies to protect critical systems and data.
East Sixth Street between Mounds Boulevard and Maria Avenue near the Saint Paul campus is closed starting the week of Sept. 17
Thirteen Metropolitan State University students were awarded scholarships from the Mexican Consulate’s Institute of Mexicans Abroad [IME] Fellowship Program.
Volunteer afterschool programs to provide academic, cultural and social support for Karen youth.
William Baldus, Career Center director, speaks about job hunting, networking and interviewing.
Learn about Fall Fest, on Sept. 8, and students should consider joining student organizations.
Workforce Recruitment Program is for students and recent graduates with disabilities, and serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the federal government.
Metropolitan State University today announced a partnership that will benefit South Central College's Professional Nursing students and graduates
Faculty recognition and promotion announcements.
The Interim Dean of Students will start on Sept. 4.
Gay Ka Mwee knew she wouldn’t be able to create change and peace on her own, she was driven to do what she could.
Erica Rasmussen is the director of the Gordon Parks Gallery, Library and Learning Center. Recently, she won the 2018 Minnesota Book Artist Award for her work The Love Affair.
Bus passes are on sale now to registered Metropolitan State University students.
A new American Indian student space is opening fall 2018 on the Saint Paul Campus.
Funding for the GROW-IT Center has been successful with its determined planning team and generous contributor.
CLUES, a neighbor of Metropolitan State University, is prepared to break ground for an expansion at their Saint Paul headquarters.
Metropolitan State alum James Franklin took the office as police chief of Rochester on July 26.
Experts are weighing in on the police-involved shooting of Thurman Blevins, including criminal justice professor James Densley.
On March 22, 2018, the third IME-BECAS Program Award/Meet and Greet Ceremony, honoring the 12 students receiving the award, was held on the Saint Paul Campus.