College of Business Katherine Schou-Accounting
Lucas Ferrian- Business Administration
Brooke Geary- Business Administration
Jun Ma- Economics
Chadwick Harris- Finance
Julia Bruender- Human Resources Management
Ashley Harrison- Marketing
College of Education
Jennifer Belanger- Early Childhood Education
Sara Cordell-Elementary Education
Claire Steffen- Special Education: Developmental Disabilities
Aaron Samuel: Special Education: Learning Disabilities
College of Liberal Arts Erin Gunelson-Art
Stephanie Kunold- Art (Teaching)
Allison Gerls- Communication Arts and Literature (Teaching)
Michael Glowczewski- Communication Studies
Rebecca Mueller- English
Kristina Manemann- Global Studies
Stefani Schmidt- Mass Communication
Jase Ginkel- Music (Teaching)
Jessica Oren- Political Science
Lori Franke- Professional Studies: Leadership Option
Amber Bestler- Public Administration
Michelle Subart- Sociology
Sterling Cayer- Sociology: Criminal Justice- Law Enforcement
Katherine Meinke- Sociology: Criminal Justice- Corrections
Michael Glowczewski- Spanish
Ana Li-Zhong- Teaching English as a Second Language K-12
College of Nursing and Health Sciences Mitchel Howe- Exercise and Rehabilitative Science: Exercise Science
Jenna Veldhuizen- Exercise and Rehabilitative Science: Movement Science
Brianna Schwartz- Health Promotion: School Health Teaching
Rachel Gage- Nursing
Kristin Seifert- Recreation & Tourism and Therapeutic Recreation
Mindy Kuhl- Social Work
College of Science and Engineering
Christine Ferry- Biochemistry
Taylor Mallinger- Biology
Terry Schultz- Composite Materials Engineering
Daniel Pierce- Computer Science
Emily Pesek- Geoscience
Kay Willprecht- Statistics
The Winona State University Athletic Department and Merchants Bank will partner to help support the "10 Days of Giving" at the men's and women's basketball games Friday, Dec. 13, in McCown Gymnasium.
The "10 Days of Giving" is coordinated by Merchants Bank as a way to get the community involved in helping the Winona Volunteer Services food shelf and the Southeast Minnesota Education and Resource Center.
Representatives from Merchants Bank will be available at the games to collect monetary and non-perishable food item donations.
Game times are set for 6 p.m. for the women's game and 8 p.m. for the men's game.
For more information, contact Grant Wall at 507-457-5576.
WSU's Student Activities & Leadership will host a "Warrior Leadership Retreat" at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25.
The Warriors Leadership Retreat is a one-day retreat open to any WSU student at no cost.
There will be mini workshops led by WSU students in the morning that will cover a variety of topics about leadership & making a difference in our world. In the afternoon participants will all gather for the dynamic and thought-provoking presentation about finding passion and making a difference in the world.
Registration is now open for the Spring Warriors L.E.A.D. Series, the WSU student leadership development program. All programs within the series are offered each semester at no cost.
Series programs include:
-Emerging Warriors is open to students who want to enhance their individual/personal leadership skills and knowledge by attending meetings from 3:30-5 p.m. on Thursday nights throughout the semester and involves one weekend retreat.
-Developing Warriors is open to current or future club/organization leaders who want to improve their skills in leading others in a group. It provides a "nuts and bolts" training to help officers feel more effective in their positions. This program will meet Tuesdays from 3:30-5 p.m.
-Advancing Warriors is open to juniors and seniors who want to learn how to apply best practices in leadership beyond the university setting. It is perfect for students who want to take their leadership to the next level. This program is offered Mondays from 3:30-5 p.m.
International Programs hosted a Travel Abroad Photo Contest as a part of International Education Week. Students who traveled abroad during their time at Winona State University were encouraged to submit photos for this contest under one of the following categories: Locals, Scenery, and WSU Logo.
Lyelle Palmer, professor emeritus of special education, presented on "Individualizing Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction in the LD Areas" at the annual symposium of Learning Disabilities Minnesota on Nov. 8 in Golden Valley.
James Schul, education, presented two research papers at the annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly within the National Council for the Social Studies Convention on Nov. 21 in St. Louis. The papers were entitled "The Elicitation of Students' Historical Imagination through Desktop Documentary Making" and "Assigning & Assessing Desktop Documentary Making in the History Classroom."
Schul also had an article entitled "Film Pedagogy in the History Classroom: Desktop Documentary Making Skills for History Teachers and Students" recently published in the peer-reviewed practitioner journal The Social Studies.
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