April 4 Women-in-STEM Dinner Offers Info, Etiquette

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by ABIGAIL SKAALERUD, CSU Public Relations Intern

Women Interested in being part of STEM while expanding etiquette experiences will participate in the Thursday, April 4, STEM Networking Dinner.

The event, which includes an etiquette dinner featuring Deenna Latus Steinhaus, owner of Etiquette and More, is from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Centennial Student Union Ballroom. Pre-registration was required.


Over the last nine years, Steinhaus as presented programs to students, alumni, faculty, and staff on the topics of dining etiquette, professional dress, business etiquette and behaviors, and transitioning from student to professional.

This event is hosted by the Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence and the MSU, Mankato Women’s Center and College of Science, Engineering and Technology, and sponsored by Regenerative Medicine Minnesota Education Program Grant, Design Ready Controls, and Finley Engineering.

The event provide a networking opportunity for post-secondary students in STEM degree programs. Student participants can meet and learn from individuals within different STEM careers.

This event includes an etiquette dinner and keynote speaker. The free event is open to anyone but registration is encouraged. Sign up today and quick start your opportunities!

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