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CCE students balance classroom; military life
Click the image or follow the link below to view a full-size version! CCE vets.pdf (reprinted from CCE Current, 2010)... Read more

Fall News and Notes
In this issue: ICP alums win major grants; recent program awards and honors; and more. Welcome to the fall edition of c.c.e. times, the College's e-newsletter publication. As always, please... Read more

Big Data; Big Leaders
Information Technology Infrastructure Program prepares graduates to take on big roles in Big Data--and beyond. The College of Continuing Education (CCE) is host to several applied bachelor's degrees that allow... Read more

Team Effort
Construction Management alumna uses an interdisciplinary team approach to build career success As she turned 50, and her youngest child graduated from high school, Ann Jacklitch decided to finish her... Read more

The Bee-u-tiful Life
McKnight Professor Marla Spivak shares five, four, three, two, one important facts about everyone's favorite Apoidea Soul singer Gloria "I Will Survive" Gaynor has nothing on the humble honey bee.... Read more

CCE Current

CCE Current: Winter 2014
Your Winter 2014 edition of CCE Current is here! In this issue... Climbing out of the Shadows After surviving heroin addiction, graduate student Ian McLoone is dedicated to changing the... Read more

From the Dean
Greetings, "Post-traditional students" was a term I heard used a lot by prominent speakers at the recent national meeting of the University Professional and Continuing Education Association. I can... Read more

Educational Magic
Each year the College honors distinguished educators for their work. This winter saw the recognition of award-winning travel writer and editor Catherine Watson, who has taught over a dozen... Read more

Opening doors for students to make a difference in their community
Student Voice: Anthony Osifuye Degree concentrations: Health and Wellness Thematic, Pre-Med After working in a grocery store in high school, I knew I wanted a health and nutrition focus to... Read more

Scholarships illuminate a new path
Scholarships help some of the best and brightest students illuminate a new path to their futures. Here are the stories of just two of this year's scholarship recipients. Timothy Church... Read more

From the Development Director
Everybody loves a good story. Stories often are the bedrock for our beliefs, thoughts, and feelings about people, places, institutions, and causes. As you might imagine, I've been privileged... Read more

Building a Balanced Workforce
The College of Continuing Education and local companies work to boost the number of women and minorities in the construction industry. This winter, the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority announced that... Read more

Going Places
Master of Liberal Studies grad brings unique perspective and interdisciplinary thinking to his integral role in higher ed administration Bernard Gulachek put his undergraduate degree in speech communication to good... Read more

The (Maroon and) Gold Standard
CCE salutes outstanding unit directors Margy Ligon and Lori Graven Long heralded as an affordable and convenient way to access many of the best and brightest minds the U (and... Read more