Long-time Minnesota State University Moorhead head athletic trainer Andrea “Andy” Scott was named the Head Athletic Trainer of the Year for Division II by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) at their annual meeting last summer. Read the rest of this entry →
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The Alumni Foundation and Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship host the third annual Scholarship Luncheon Friday, Nov. 7 in the CMU Ballroom. The scholarship luncheon celebrates the achievements of MSUM students and provides scholarship recipients an opportunity to meet donors who have greatly impacted their lives through their generosity and dedication to student success.
“This scholarship has allowed me to really immerse myself in the college experience without having to worry so much about money,” said freshman music industry major Rebecca Garvey. Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Elizabeth Kirchoff, English, and 15 of MSUM’s Communication Arts/Literature Education students and alums attended Minnesota Council of Teachers of English Workshop
Please do not park your vehicles in G-6 lot (Nelson, Grantham and Dahl Loop) on Thursday, October 30th for the community Halloween event that will take place there. If your vehicle is in G-6, please move it to another General Parking lot. Thank you for your cooperation!
Are you, people in your department, student group or class dressing up for Halloween tomorrow? If so, please take a picture, share it on Twitter and tag @MSUMoorhead in your tweet!
If you would like your photo shared on our Minnesota State University Moorhead Facebook Page, send in a caption and photo to Meghan Feir at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos of inappropriate costumes will not be retweeted or shared.
MSUM Physics/Astronomy Seminar Series Presents:
Speakers: Nicholas Hensley, Nicholas Johnson, Elias Holte
Join us as several physics majors present short talks on a range of topics, including interference, diffraction, gravity boosts and more!
Friday, October 31
325 Hagen Hall
A signature project of Soroptmist, this program is intended to assist women heads of households who are entering or re-entering the workforce to obtain the skills and education they need to improve their employment status through higher education. Application Deadline November 15. Awards in the amount of $3,000. Please visit the webpage and/or consider personally share with others you know who might be interested.
MSUM Dragon Athletics and WDAY have partnered to bring you the DragonsLIVE Coaches Show on the last Wednesday of every month. The show will feature exclusive head coach and student-athlete interviews for fans to get an insider’s look at MSUM Dragon Athletics on WDAY’Z XTRA. Read the rest of this entry →
Changes are coming to available technology equipment, specifically checkout laptops as part of a room reservation, in the Comstock Memorial Union (CMU). Beginning November 10, the CMU will have a limited number of checkout laptops available. Read the rest of this entry →
The MSUM Office of Diversity and Inclusion is partnering with the Office of Multicultural Student Services at St. Cloud State University as well as additional institutions to host the 6th Annual Power in Diversity Leadership Conference, January 29-February 1, 2015. Read the rest of this entry →
Only 2 days left to nominate for Dragon Pride Awards! It will take you 5 minutes to nominate a student leader, a student organization, or a student organization advisor. You could make someone’s day.
Nominate online by October 31st.
Eurospring applications are due Friday, November 7. Stop in BR 249 for forms and information, or contact Janet at email@example.com. The wonders of England and Europe await you! www.mnstate.edu/studyabroad/eurospring/
Join us in viewing the movie ¡ATRACO! (Hold Up!) produced in Argentina in 2012. In 1950s Spain, a group of Argentinians loyal to the deposed president Peron plan a robbery to recover the jewels that used to belong to the president’s late wife Evita, creating a comedy of errors when two dictatorships collide. Hosted by the Spanish Club & La Mesa española. The movie is in Spanish with subtitles.
Yesterday’s Charting the Future Gallery walk was attended by more than 125 faculty, staff and students. If you attended and would like to offer additional feedback to the implementation teams, you may do so here: http://gallerywalksurvey.net
If you were unable to attend, you can view the same information that was presented at http://chartingthefuturemnscu.com
The Fargo Forum’s coverage can be found here.
Have you done your Combined Charities donation, yet? We are in the last week of this year’s Minnesota State Employees Combined Charities Campaign. We still have a ways to go to meet this year’s goal of $40,000 here at MSUM. Since procrastination is a common human characteristic, we know there are those of you out there who just haven’t gotten around to doing your pledge/donation, yet. The October 31 deadline is approaching fast, so NOW is the time to act. If you have already entered your payroll deduction or made your one-time contribution, THANK YOU. Read the rest of this entry →
Women’s and Gender Studies Students Have a Big Presence at the 2014 Red River Women’s Studies Conference
Women’s and Gender Studies Students Have a Big Presence at the 2014 Red River Women’s Studies Conference held at NDSU, October 24, 2014.
Four WGS students presented their research in a panel titled “Revolution Consciousness/Revolutionary Selves: Feminist Methodologies and the Body. ” Read the rest of this entry →
FREE Webinars Sponsored by the MnSCU Special Interest Group: “Instructional Technologies and Learning Spaces”
I’m Thinking About “Flipping” My Science Class! Now What?
Thursday, Nov. 6 Noon to 1 p.m. Presented by Jane Sprangers, Hennepin Technical College
Leveraging D2L Discussion Board to Engage Your Students
Monday, Nov. 17 Noon to 1p.m. or Thursday, Dec. 4 Noon to 1p.m. Presented by Robin O’Callaghan, Winona State University
Webinar details and registration links are available on the ITS blog.
Six of 17 MSUM rock climbing club members who competed at NDSU’s annual “Fall Crawl” Climbing competition placed in the top 3 of their respective categories. Read the rest of this entry →