The purpose of Research Month at Minnesota State University, Mankato is to highlight, celebrate and share the research, scholarly and creative work of our faculty, staff, and students. This collection showcases some of the scholarly and creative works by faculty, staff, and students submitted as part of the annual Research Month at Minnesota State Mankato.


Submissions from 2022

Thermal Testing and Simulation of Lunar and Martian ISRU-Based Materials, Andres Campbell

BIOL 695 Graduate Seminar, Mriganka De


TEDxMNSU, Meg Finbraaten, Brooke Hom, and Luke Camden

Rez Metal, Craig Matarrese

Presenting SEÑAL: A program for the linguistic analysis and assessment of Spanish L2 Compositions, Falcon Restrepo-Ramos

Nietzsche's Birth of Tragedy: The Philosophy of Art, Jack Truman

Supervised Machine Learning Calibration of Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors for Long-Term Placement Using Multi-Sensor Fusion, Peter Wahman