Eva Kor: The Inspiring Personal Story of An Auschwitz Survivor and Mengele Twin
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Eva Kor has touched the hearts and changed the lives of thousands with her remarkable personal story of triumph. An inspirational force, Eva Kor tells her unforgettable story of survival at Auschwitz as a subject in Mengele’s medical experiments and shares the lessons she has learned during her most extraordinary life. An international author and speaker, Ms. Kor has dedicated her life as a tireless advocate of forgiveness and human rights.

ACR Graduate Jamie Seifert gives testimonial on ACR Program

Learn more about the Master's degree in Applied Clinical Research from a recent graduate of the program who is utilizing her degree working for a Minnesota Hospital System.
Jamie Seifert graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication at St. Cloud State. She also graduated with a Master of Science in Applied Clinical Research at St. Cloud State's, College of Science and Engineering.


Fall 2009 Commencement Student Address by Quincy Nang Quincy Nang

Quincy Nang, a bio-chemistry major from Gabon, Africa, was a campus activist for HIV/AIDs awareness. He was a Public Safety officer and an employee/advisor for Sodexo, the campus food services contractor.

His senior thesis discussed reverse transcriptase, a key enzyme in the lifecycle of Human Immunodeficiency Virus, the retrovirus that causes Acquired Immunodeficency Syndrome. Nang finished second in the 2008-09 Student Employee of the Year competition sponsored by Career Services Center, Student Employment Services Office and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Faculty Research Award Recipient Professor Heiko Schoenfuss

As the 10th recipient of the College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research Award, Professor Heiko Schoenfuss was honored Oct. 10, 2007. Three videos were made at the award event.

Formula SAE Race CarNick Shatek, Charlie Dawson and Justin Johnston

In 2006 and 2008, groups of engineering students built a formula race car and entered it into the Society of Automotive Engineers’ student competition at the Michigan Speedway. Project adviser both years was Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Professor Kenneth Miller.

2006: Built by Nick Shatek, Charlie Dawson, Justin Johnston and Chris Van Keulen, this car placed better overall than nearly two-thirds of the competitors, some from as far away as Germany, Japan and Venezuela. It was also one of only 30 cars able to score points in all 10 events, placing it in the top 25 percent overall.

2008: Built by Scott Salzl, Adam Peisert, Mike Philippe, Austin Smith, Adam Koosmann, Phillip Haney, Timothy Kaiser, Daniel Miller and Kyle Roggenkamp, this car’s journey to the Michigan Speedway set SCSU above 17 others schools that registered but didn’t finish a car in time. Of the 104 that arrived in Michigan, only 86 were able to progress to the autocross event. SCSU took 76th in the autocross, finishing ahead of MSU-Mankato, the only other Minnesota school in the competition.

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