What has Student-Athlete Affairs done for you?
|"Over the past 4 years, Student Athlete Affairs has provided me with a great opportunity to give back to the community that I once grew up in. Volunteering has been nothing but beneficial for me and it is always a constant reminder of how important it is to give back to the community."
- Shady Salamon
"After attending the career fair, I learned how many different opportunities that are available to me after my college career is over. It really opened up my eyes to all of the different companies and career choices that are out there. I thought it was a valuable experience because I was able to get a better understanding of how certain companies operate and I was able to gain a lot of knowledge about the companies that I was interested in. I think the college career fair is a great way to not only get your name out there but it’s also an opportunity to network to the fullest. I would encourage every student to participate in this event because there is nothing but positive things that you can gain from it."
Gophers Host 10th-Annual HopeDay
Minnesota and the HopeKids organization hosted the 10th annual HopeDay Festival Sunday, Sept. 11, at TCF Bank Stadium.
Summer Update: Sophie Skarzynski
Sophomore Sophie Skarzynski worked with the Herb Brooks Foundation over the summer.
Summer Update: Rowing's Lauren Miller
Lauren Miller, a neuroscience major, worked as a research assistant in an Endocrinology Lab at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children's Hospital this summer.