Sponsors

Sponsors


The OERG (Organizational Effectiveness Research Group) is an in-house consulting firm located at Minnesota State University, Mankato. The firm employs Industrial Organizational Psychology Master’s students to offer a wide range of customized management consulting services designed to help organizations select, train, engage, and develop employees. You can learn more about what they do at OERG.org!

The Center for Rural Behavioral Health at Minnesota State University, Mankato is dedicated to improving access to behavioral healthcare for residents in outstate Minnesota to include recognized Reservations/Settlements through research, workforce development, continuing education and customized training.

The College of Allied Health and Nursing is a diverse and thriving learning community committed to preparing tomorrow’s leaders through state-of-the art skills, critical thinking, ethical decision making, cultural competence and lifelong leadership development.

The Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesotais a non-profit organization that features exhibits, activities, and spaces to engage all ages. From the Betsy Tacy-inspired Play Porch to the mind-inspiring attractions of the two-level makers space, and with a towering Mankato Clinic Tree of Forts Climber so tall that it burst through the roof, there’s plenty to do and see — all within a safe, inviting, and comfortable space.

Minnesota State University, Mankato College of Business is an accredited member of AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. They are committed to exceeding the expectations of those who want to engage in learner-centered education, applied research and high-impact mutually beneficial partnerships.


If you are interested in sponsoring a portion of our event, please contact our Lead Organizer, Meg Finbraaten at (507) 438-0597, or email us directly at TEDxMNSU@gmail.com.


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TEDxMNSU Team

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