Steve Grineski, STL, recently authored “We were pretty darn good” : A history of rural education in America. The book was published by the History Publishing Company in Palisades, N.Y., and features a case study of the Moorhead State Teachers College nationally-recognized Department of Rural Education.
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The College of Education and Human Services Curriculum Committee will meet May 6 at noon in Lommen 105.
The agenda is:
1. CPN 243.13
2. CPN 244.13
3. CPN 245.13
The minutes of the College of Social and Natural Sciences Curriculum Committee meeting of April 24 are now posted.
The minutes of the College of Education and Human Services Curriculum Committee meeting of April 26 are now posted.
The minutes of the College of Business and Industry Curriculum Committee meeting of April 29 are now posted.
The Education & Human Services Curriculum Committee will meet in Lommen 105 at noon, Friday, April 26.
The agenda is discussion of CPN 228.13; CPN 229.13; CPN 230.13 and CPN 231.13.
MSUM, in collaboration with Clay County Community Transition Interagency Committee and North Dakota Region V Transition Community of Practice, held a two-day conference in the Comstock Memorial Union. The conference involved high school youth with disabilities, their educators, and parents and sought to educate participants about transitioning to life after high school. High school students participated in breakout sessions focused on college life, advocacy, and fitness activities. Read the rest of this entry →
The minutes of the April 19 meeting of the College of Education and Human Services Curriculum Committee are now posted online.
Come join MSUM tomorrow to learn about diversity in the workplace and enjoy free pizza.
The panel will be held April 25 from 6 – 8 p.m. in CMU 227.
Professors from various departments including: Psychology, Speech Language Hearing Science, and Business will address the evolving workforce and give their perspectives of how to successfully respond to the diverse work environment. Pizza will be provided!
The Healing the Hurt award is a special recognition to an individual or group that has extended extra effort toward ending violence and abuse and whose actions have positively impacted the lives of those victimized by personal violence. Read the rest of this entry →
The Healthcare Leadership Organization will be in the CMU this week to register students and staff for the blood drive done by United Blood Services.
There will be a table set up in the CMU this week to register. Register on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday from 2-4 p.m., or on Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon. Read the rest of this entry →
Layna Cole, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education in the School of Teaching and Learning, has been elected by her statewide peers as president of the Minnesota Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators.
The Education & Human Services Curriculum Committee meets at noon Friday, April 19, in Lommen 105.
The agenda is posted online.
The minutes of the April 5 meeting of the College of Education and Human Services Curriculum Committee meeting are now posted.
Maureen Gerson’s DNP Capstone Defense:
Thursday, April 18 from 10 a.m.- noon
Title: Palliative and End-of-Life Nursing Education for Healthcare System Staff.
Committee members: Dr. Barbara Matthees (chair), Dr. Tracy Wright, and Dr. Diane Forsyth.
Wimba Room: If you would like to attend, please access http://netclass.mnstate.edu for the Horizon Wimba site. The room ID is NURS770TracyWright (case sensitive). Type in your first and last name with a space between, and click login. This brings you to the lobby and click on the room name.
“School-Age Therapy for Stuttering from the Other Side of the Therapy Table” Q&A Session/Discussion today
This event, hosted by the Fargo-Moorhead Chapter of the National Stuttering Association, will focus on experiences with speech therapy for stuttering. Parents, SLPs, and members of the community are invited to ask members of the NSA questions on topics related to stuttering and stuttering therapy for school-age children. There will be door prizes and refreshments. This event will be held in the South Porch of Murray Hall, MSUM Campus, Thursday, April 18 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Steve Grineski, School of Teaching and Learning, co-presented a paper with Julie Landsman titled, “Follow the White Supremacist Money: Education Funding as Perpetuator of White Privilege and How Educators Can Work for Change.” The paper was presented at the 14th Annual White Privilege Conference: The Color of Money- Reclaiming our Humanity held in Seattle, Wash.
As has been true the past two years, individual books containing the abstracts, presentation schedules, etc. will not be available at the conference. We encourage you to look over the information you need on the SAC website before you come. Posters with presentation information, organized by time and organized by department, will be posted in the CMU. If you have questions, please come to the registration table.
The presentation will include:
1. The “business” of healthcare
2. Looking to the future
3. Balancing ethics and business Read the rest of this entry →
Please join if you are able.
Terry Jacobson’s DNP Capstone Defense:
Monday, April 15 noon-2 p.m.
Title: Identification, Prevention, and Management of Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD) in Hospitalized Adults: Translating the Evidence into Practice.
Committee members: Dr. Tracy Wright (chair), Dr. Barbara Matthees, and Dr. Mari Akre.
Wimba Room: If you would like to attend, please access http://netclass.mnstate.edu for the Horizon Wimba site. The room ID is NURS770TracyWright (case sensitive). Type in your first and last name with a space between, and click login. This brings you to the lobby and click on the room name. Read the rest of this entry →
Sue Severson, STL, co-presented with Troy Gonzales, St. Mary’s University and Roxanne Pickle, MN edTPA Coordinator at the Special Education edTPA informational session held at the Minnesota Department of Education April 12.
Be that Teacher: Breaking the Cycle for Struggling Readers, a book coauthored by Doris-Walker Dalhouse, Professor Emerita, STL, and Victoria Resko, Vanderbelt University, was listed in a recent publication by Teachers College Press as one of its three bestsellers.