An art piece by Amy Sands, Assistant Professor of Studio Arts, has taken first prize at a competition in Spain.
Celebrate the progress that has been made for disability rights.
Deadline to apply is Oct. 31.
Submissions are due Oct. 25, 11:59 p.m.
The celebration will include a service project and program. Two new components of the celebration will give students an additional way to participate.
The GROW-IT Center is a “year-round learning hub” to address issues of sustainable urban agriculture, healthy food production and access, and ecological preservation.
The taskforce includes Professor James Densley, chair of the School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice at Metropolitan State University.
The Solidarity Street Gallery is accepting submissions of visual art in a wide range of formats, now through Sept. 7.
The IME-BECAS Program is another important opportunity to serve Latino students of Mexican origin and ancestry attending Metropolitan State University.
She graduates with a bachelor of science in biology.
He graduates with a Master of Science in Management Information System.
She graduates with a Master of Science degree in Technical Communication.
He graduates with a Master of Public and Nonprofit Administration degree.
She graduates magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree focusing on health and environmental science.
She graduates with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration.
She graduates summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts, minoring in history.
He graduates from the Minnesota Alliance for Nursing Education Bachelor of Science in Nursing (MANE BSN) program.
She graduates from the university’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences Advanced Dental Therapy program.
Robin Johnson graduates with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Ciera Octavia Sparkman graduates with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Elementary Education.