Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter of Links Incorporated sponsors young women's issues forum: An African-American perspective
Tuesday, 07 April 2015 14:48
The Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter of the Links Incorporated is sponsoring the Young Women's Issues Forum: An African-American Perspective on Saturday, April 18, at the Minneapolis Community and Technical College, 1501 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Metropolitan State University receives 2015 Campus of Integrity Award
Monday, 06 April 2015 13:51
Metropolitan State University has been chosen as a recipient of this year's Campus of Integrity Award by the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI). The award honors institutions demonstrating exceptional efforts to promote and maintain the values of academic integrity.
Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:15
Written by Dae'Aune Austin, Ashantae Braxton, Anyia Jackson, Keijah Jackson, Tadaijah Jordan and Shuan Washington of the WE WIN Institute
Women's History Month is an opportunity to give homage to sisters who are loved by their community and have made life better for all.
One of these remarkable women is Nothando Zulu who is a master storyteller that shares wisdom through her tales. Zulu grew up on a farm, outside Franklin, Va. Even then, she knew that storytelling was her calling; as she recalls being rewarded in school for her stories. Her mother died when she was 17, which is when she moved to Minnesota.
PhD Project professors Lewis, White, Jones promoted at University of St. Thomas
Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:11
The PhD Project, an award-winning program to create a more diverse corporate America, announced three Project participants have been promoted to associate professors with tenure at the University of St. Thomas.
Class sizes in Robbinsdale Area Schools once again lower than regional averages
Thursday, 26 March 2015 14:43
Class sizes in Robbinsdale Area Schools are once again lower at every K-12 grade level than the regional average, according to the results of a recently released Metro ECSU (Educational Cooperative Service Unit) annual study of 40 Twin Cities school districts.
Central High School senior Kinyari Al-Ahad receives scholarship
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:28
Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter, immediate past president of the Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC), selected Kinyari Al-Ahad, a senior at St. Paul's Central High School, to receive a $3,000 AMC Student Scholarship during AMC's Legislative Conference in St. Paul on March 4. Al-Ahad's mother, Thandi Al-Ahad, Central High School principal, Mary Mackbee, and several other faculty members were on hand to watch him receive this scholarship in front of an audience of nearly 300 county officials and staff from across Minnesota.