The MSUM Women’s Rugby team is competing this weekend in the National Championship Tournament in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. They play Saturday at 11am central time and again on Sunday at 10am or 12pm central time, depending on the outcome of Saturday’s game. The games will be broadcasted online from the NSCRO.org webpage. They were also featured last night on KVRR.
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MSUM Photography student Austin Marts featured in the Arts and Entertainment section of this week’s High Plains Reader
This week’s Art and Entertainment section of the High Plains Reader features photography student Austin Marts and his current exhibition at the Moorhead Atomic coffee in south Moorhead. The article, titled Shedding Light: The Art of Austin Marts, discusses Marts’ theories on photography, details of select pieces from his exhibition, as well as a description of the range of photographic techniques Marts utilizes for the body of images. Read the rest of this entry →
MSUM student Allison Fuchs helped rescue two drowning 4-year-olds Tuesday.
To read the first story on Fuchs, click here.
By Grace Lyden on Nov 12, 2014 at 8:46 p.m.
WEST FARGO – Allison Fuchs couldn’t sleep.
It was Tuesday night, and she kept reliving the events of that afternoon, when she performed CPR on two 4-year-old boys who nearly drowned in a hotel pool in Casselton. Read the rest of this entry →
Breanna Bucklin, Senior Captain of the Women’s Club Rugby team has garnered regional awards! Bucklin was awarded the “Heart and Soul” player at the regional tournament this past weekend in Rochester, MN as the team advanced to the national tournament. Bucklin was also selected the Most Valuable Player of the NSCRO West region. In addition, Bucklin has been invited by the Midwest Under 23 Select-side coach to play 7 vs 7 at the Las Vegas Invitational Tournament in February. Read the rest of this entry →
Three MSUM students, Anne Pius, Molly Strong, and Whitney Swanson were awarded Research Scholarships from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation. Beta Beta Beta is a national biological society with a local chapter on the MSUM campus. The three students are members of the cancer research team mentored by Mark Wallert. Read the rest of this entry →
Several education students have been appointed to national and state committees through Education Minnesota Student Program. Kelsey Odegard has been appointed to the National Education Association Student Advisory Board. She will attend legislative sessions in Washington DC four times this year. Daniel Bihrle has been named to the Minnesota Teacher of the Year selection committee, and Emily O’Meara and Daniel Bihrle have been named to the Education Minnesota teacher representative assembly as student delegates. This opportunity allows the students to develop their leadership skills. These students represent the excellent teacher candidates at MSUM!
Men’s Club Soccer Team has advanced to the Region V Soccer Playoffs in Loveland, Colorado! Their first game is on Friday 10/31 at 4:00pm (Mountain Time) vs Northern Colorado. Second game is on Saturday 11/1 at 9:30am (Mountain Time) vs Colorado School of Mines. Games will be streamed live here. Winners of the games will move on to playoffs on 11/1 and 11/2
Women’s Club Rugby Team is playing in the Regional Final Four this weekend in Rochester, MN. First game is against Carleton college: Saturday, November 1st at 11am on the Fuad Mansour Complex. The winner of the games will move on to the national championship tournament in Cherry Hill, New Jersey on November 22nd & 23rd. Other teams competing are College of St. Benedicts and defending national champions Wayne NE.
Freshman Music Industry major to tour Europe next summer for the Northern Ambassador European Music Tour
Freshman Music Industry student Michael Eback Gant was nominated for the Northern Ambassador European Music Tour for the summer of 2015. Gant, a bass vocalist, will tour England, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, and Germany, a tour that normally costs participants $7,000. Gant’s costs will be completely covered by the program. Read the rest of this entry →
The School of Media Arts & Design played a major role at this year’s South Dakota Film Festival. Last weekend SoMAD faculty including Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson, Don Clark and Tom Brandau accompanied 30 students to Aberdeen, SD for three days of film screenings, workshops and discussions. The highlight of the weekend was watching Film Studies alumnus, Conor Holt, receive the Best Student Film award for his film A Better Life.
Other student and film alumni screenings included: Read the rest of this entry →
Freshman Music Industry student Michael Eback Gant was nominated for the Northern Ambassador European Music Tour for the summer of 2015. Gant, a bass vocalist, will tour England, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, and Germany, a tour that normally costs participants $7,000. Gant’s costs will be completely covered by the program.
Matthew Tinjum (Jazz Studies) Joel Kingsley (Music Industry) and Brady Odegaard (Music Industry) performed with the Dan Brekke Band last weekend, and opened for the Jon Pardi group at the Hub in Fargo. Jon Pardi is known for his chart topping hit “Up All Night.” Read the rest of this entry →
MOORHEAD, Minn. — New Minnesota State University Moorhead president Dr. Anne Blackhurst and the Dragon cross country teams were featured as part of the inaugural The Northern Sun Experience, a show which aired on Wednesday night on Midco Sports Network. MSUM was the first school featured on the program.
Dragon fans can also watch the program here. The MSUM feature can be found at the 13:46 mark of the broadcast.
The Northern Sun Experience will air weekly on Midco Sports Network and feature highlights, previews and features on the 16-team team Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.
Jazz Studies student Conor Lee received a Career Development Grant from the Lake Region Arts Council. Lee will use the grant to learn two music composition and editing software programs. Lee works with various styles of rock/pop, jazz, and folk music. He’s written arrangements for various ensembles and has also written and recorded original music for film and 3D animation projects. Read the rest of this entry →
Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy and Sustainability Students Contribute to the Success of FEMMSS5, an international conference
Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy and Sustainability students contribute to the success of the conference Science, Technology and Gender: Challenges and Opportunities, held by the Association for FEMMSS (Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies) hosted at The University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario Canada, August 10-13, 2014. Kate Lucero and Whitney Oxendahl, along with faculty members Claudia Murphy, Women’s and Gender Studies and Philosophy, Steve Lindaas, Physics and Astronomy, Alison Wallace, Biosciences and Sara Anderson, Biosciences, presented a workshop titled “Fracking the Reservation: Interdisciplinary Development of an Undergraduate Case Study.” Read the rest of this entry →
MOORHEAD – When Aaron Bohl decided to play football at Minnesota State Moorhead a few years ago, he viewed having his dad nearby as a bonus.
That’s why Aaron took it in stride when his father, Craig Bohl, left North Dakota State after last season to take the head football job at the University of Wyoming.
“I always knew there would be an opportunity where he might leave,” Aaron Bohl said Thursday after MSUM had completed its first practice of fall camp. “I made sure that was more of a bonus than a requirement to come up here.”
In his third year in the Dragons’ program, Bohl has established himself as the starter at middle linebacker. The 6-foot-1, 230-pounder started all 11 games last fall as a redshirt freshman, ranking fifth on the team with 66 tackles. Read the rest of this entry →
MSUM student Constance Anderson was one of the presenters who attended and presented work as part of the University of Kansas Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session, which took place July 25.
MSUM Dragon Baseball Club attends Division II World Series
By Danielle Rebel
It was a year of firsts for the MSUM Dragon Baseball Club.
The Dragons made it to the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) Division II World Series after placing first in the District V Tournament. According to the Week 24 Division II National Poll, the Dragons were ranked No. 6, the highest in MSUM Dragon Baseball Club history.
MSUM made it to the third round in the World Series Tournament, which took place May 16-20 in Paducah, Ky.
Over the past few years, Dragon baseball has transformed into something much greater than originally anticipated. Read the rest of this entry →
Fifteen students and two mass communications classes took home 25 awards at the 2014 North Dakota Professional Communicators (NDPC) College Communications Contest, held on May 9.
The NDPC contest is devoted to the advancement of student communicators by recognizing their work in communications throughout the year. A total of 85 awards were presented in 34 categories.
MSUM student winners: Read the rest of this entry →
MSUM Chemistry major Connie Anderson was selected as a Chemistry Ambassador for her work on active chemical demonstration display cases. The Chemistry Ambassadors program is sponsored by the American Chemical Society. Connie was selected and interviewed at the 247th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in Dallas, and her work is highlighted in a short video produced by the ACS.
Connie’s display case experiments have been in the Langseth Hall Atrium outside of LH118. Displays are on hiatus for the summer but will return next fall.
Biosciences faculty and undergraduates publish paper in international peer-reviewed journal Hydrobiologia
Brian Wisenden, Dan McEwen, Bee Wisenden and Ellen Brisch, Biosciences faculty, and Tony Stumbo, Pat Self, Biosciences Undergraduates, have published a paper in the international peer-reviewed journal Hydrobiologia, entitled “Co-evolution of offspring antipredator competence and parental brood defense in convict cichlids”. This paper is the culmination of 20 years of research from field sites in Costa Rica and lab experiments at the MSUM aquatic research facility in Langseth Hall. Read the rest of this entry →