The College of Humanities & Social Sciences has an opening for a Communications & Events Graduate Assistant in the Dean's Office beginning Fall 2022.
Melissa Petesch was in her fourth year in prison when she enrolled in Minnesota State Mankato’s Scholars Serving Time program.
First-year graduate students in Gender & Women’s Studies program, Maimuna Zahra Fariha is very happy to co-author two important research projects that took place in Bangladesh.
Clear Lake, Iowa, a rural town of 7500, has spent more than the past 60 years linked to an event that has been musically coined “The Day The Music Died.”
A new landscape for student experiences and funding opportunities
Rhonda Dass’ featured exhibition “Tangible Transformation: Change in Interchangeable Times” is now on display in the Central Student Union art gallery at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Aaron Pacheco, an undergraduate student at Minnesota State University, has always had a passion for geography, but he started out as an electrician. Now armed with a USGIF Scholarship, Pacheco has embarked on something entirely new.
On Nov. 12, 1961, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Mankato, Minnesota. While here, he gave two sermons at Centenary United Methodist Church and a speech at Mankato High School.
Jan. 12, 2022 Dr. Jameel Haque of the MNSU Kessel Peace Institute talks about the Martin Luther King, Jr. movie to premiere on MLK Day.
Jan. 19, 2022 Celebrating Willie O'Ree, the first black player in the NHL. Willie's Boston Bruin's jersey number was retired this week in honor of him as a pioneer and as an ambassador for hockey.