Dr. Lisa Stewart presented two sessions at the ND Department of Public Instruction Fall Conference October 8-10, 2014 in Bismarck. Her sessions were titled “Using iPad Apps in Interventions” and “Strengthening Language and Literacy: Hands On Activities”. Over 900 teachers attended the conference from across the state.
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MSUM Student Organizations are helping to organize a campus wide Trick-o-Canning event on Friday, October 31! Any students, staff or faculty that would like to participate should meet in the CMU Main Lounge at 4:45pm on Halloween, October 31. Shireen Alemadi will meet you, break everyone up into groups, and give you a map of the neighborhoods in Moorhead to visit. We’ll also have some MSUM vehicles to help with transporting people to the neighborhoods and to bring food items back to the CMU. But, if you have a vehicle be ready to use it if need be. Your group of Trick-o-canners will need to return to the CMU between 7-7:30pm to drop off all the collected canned goods. Read the rest of this entry →
Mark your calendars – Wednesday, October 29th, at 6:00 PM in room 103 in the library. The Student Senate will be having our second ad-hoc topical/town hall meeting on Charting the Future.
If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by the Senate office in CMU 108, or contact the Student Senate President and/or the Student Senate Legislative and Internal Affairs Chair.
It cannot be stressed how important this is for all MnSCU and MSU Moorhead students to learn more about Charting the Future, and to speak up about it.
Is your department still looking to hire student employees? If so please let the Career Development Center know. By letting us know we can better direct students where to apply for open positions on-campus. If you aren’t already using Dragonjobs to publicize your open position, please just simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and give us the following information 1)What department is hiring 2)What position are you hiring for 3)Is the position work study or not 4)When is the deadline to apply and 5)Who is the contact person for the application.
Applications for Eurospring are due November 7. Apply now in BR 249! Contact Janet with any questions (email@example.com).
Charting the Future (CTF) implementation teams in the areas of Student Success, Diversity, Comprehensive Workplace Solutions, and System Incentives & Rewards have spent the past several months researching and developing initial ideas that will better serve our students and communities across the state and strengthen our colleges and universities. These campus-led teams are comprised of students, faculty, and staff from campuses across the state.
It is vital that the CTF implementation teams get your reaction to preliminary concepts and themes. One opportunity for you to engage in the process will be our campus’ upcoming CTF Gallery Walk on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the CMU Ballroom. Students, faculty, staff, and the community are all welcome to attend this open-house style event to learn more about the work of the CTF teams and – most importantly – tell them what you think of the initial ideas.
If you aren’t able to attend, you can find more information and resources on the CTF Blog. You are encouraged to share your feedback and ideas by sending an email to MyIdeas@so.mnscu.edu or tweeting using @mnscu or #ChartingTheFuture.
Nepal Night 2014 is being organized on 25th of October, this Saturday from 5 PM- 9:30 PM. The cultural event takes you on a journey to Nepal. This year’s theme is “Chinari” translated “Identity” in English. So brace yourselves to learn what identifies and makes Nepal stand out as a country among others.
The entrance is free, and the event also offers authentic Nepali cuisine, Henna tattoo, Photobooth, performances, and much more. So be there for a night full of entertainment. Read the rest of this entry →
The School of Communication and Journalism would like to remind students as registration begins that communication course subjects have changed. The Mass Communication subject MC and Communication Studies subject CMST are now being offered with the subject “COMM”.
Minnesota State University Student Association (MSUSA) and MSUM Office of Scholarship & Financial Aid is hosting a panel info session about two scholarship programs:
2) Penny Scholarships and Fellowships
The event will be held from 12-1PM in CMU 101 on Tuesday, October 28. Snacks will be provided. See you there! Read the rest of this entry →
Office of Diversity and Inclusion partnering with Disability Resource Center to screen “A Beautiful Mind” Oct. 28
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is partnering with the Disability Resource Center to screen A Beautiful Mind, Tuesday, October 28 at 7pm in CMU 101. There will be free popcorn during the film and resources available afterwards. Blankets welcomed! Read the rest of this entry →
The Inter Faculty Organization has invited Moorhead’s State Representative Ben Lien to talk to students in the CMU lobby. Ben Lien has represented Moorhead for 2 years in the state legislature and has represented students well. The event will be from 12pm-1pm on October 23 and free pizza will be available for students.
Did you know we give out Dragon Pride Awards each month? You could recognize a student leader, a student organization, or a student advisor for how they contribute to MSUM.
In the 5 minutes it takes you to fill out the form, you could make someone’s day. Nominate online. Due October 31st.
If you are looking for an internship or post-graduation job, be sure to register for the MSUM Internship & Career Fair on Weds, Nov. 5 from 11-3 PM in the CMU!
Over 55 employers will be on site talking about internships and jobs in a variety of areas, including sales, marketing, management, construction management, technology, social services, and more! For a complete list of employers and to register for the event, log in to DragonJobs or follow this link: http://ow.ly/CSmTb Register by October 29 to receive a pre-printed nametag.
Professional dress is highly encouraged, and bringing copies of your resume is recommended. Read the rest of this entry →
Han Li, School of Business, presented paper at 2014 Symposium on Healthcare and Analytics in Research & Practice
Han Li, School of Business, presented a paper “Privacy-Preserving Scalar Product Algorithms for Vertically Partitioned Data” at 2014 Symposium on Healthcare and Analytics in Research & Practice, Chattanooga, Tennessee on October 17. She also served as the session chair for the session “Innovative Application of Analytics”.
Linnae Simons selected to participate in the Katie Williams CARE Fellowship as a student representative
MSUM’s Early Childhood Education Team is proud to announce the selection of Linnae Simons to the Katie Williams CARE Fellowship as a student representative. Linnae is currently in our EECE Senior Block Cohort. She will be part of the Fellowship until June 2015. Read the rest of this entry →
On Thursday, October 23rd at 7 p.m., there will be an opportunity for students, faculty and community members to discuss the pervasive issue of sexual assault and intimate violence. The Community Conversation about Sexual Assault will be held in CMU Room 101.
All are welcome to share emotional or physical response to rape and violence against women. The goal is to raise consciousness about rape and sexual assault as well as brainstorm what we as a community at MSUM can do to address these issues.
Please contact Jennifer Seviour at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions pertaining to the upcoming conversation. Read the rest of this entry →
This session happening on Wed, Oct 22 at 10:15 am and 2:00 pm in the Faculty Development Center, will focus on using co-teaching in various contexts on MSUM’s campus. Participants will be invited to share their interests or experiences using co-teaching strategies in their own work. Resources pertaining to co-teaching in higher education will be shared. This session may be of interest to faculty working with Learning/Lab Assistants, Dragon Mentors, graduate students, or anyone interested in pursuing collaborative work across disciplines.
Inspirational speaker Sarah Panzau will give an Alcohol Awareness presentation at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at the Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse on the Minnesota State University Moorhead campus. The event is FREE and open to the campus and community.
Panzau will speak about making smart choices and rising above disabilities.
Panzau was a two-time member of the National Junior College Athletic Association’s women’s volleyball team. But she nearly lost her life as a result of a pattern of destructive choices. Since the crash in 2003, Panzau has traveled life on a new path. She has spoken to numerous schools and colleges with her message about underage drinking, drunk driving and making smart choices.
The event is sponsored by Anheuser-Busch and is free and open to the campus and community. For more information, contact Dragon Athletics, Gloria Riopelle, email@example.com or 218-477-5824