Brittney Goodman, Michelle Malott, Becky Andres, and Alison Wallace, all members of the Faculty Development Committee, attended the AAC&U sponsored “Professional and Organizational Development Institute” in Atlanta Jan. 22-23, in preparation for the launching of our campus Faculty Development Center and associated programs. Read the rest of this entry →
The Tri-College University vaccinology program has awarded the first ever vaccinology scholarships to eight students who enrolled in the newly established program. This past fall 2011, Tri-College University partners Concordia College,
Minnesota State University Moorhead and North Dakota State University, in collaboration with the Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation and Sanford Health, launched a first-in-the-nation undergraduate academic minor in vaccinology. Read the rest of this entry →
Linda Fuselier, Biosciences & Women’s Studies, Dean Michelle Malott, Social and Natural Sciences, and student Azhar Bougary, published a manuscript in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education (BAMBED) in a special edition issue on innovations in molecular biology education. The article is entitled “From trace evidence to bioinformatics: putting bryophytes into molecular biology education.” BAMBED 39(1): 38-46.
Teri Walseth, Dean of Education and Human Services, Michelle Malott, Dean of Social and Natural Sciences, and Tim Borchers, Interim Dean of Arts and Humanities, each presented papers at the Chair Academy International Convention last week in Bloomington. Hosted by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, the conference provided programs and keynote speakers that addressed the needs of leaders in higher education.