MSUM professors explain the biology behind monster myths

The Forum interviewed biosciences professors Ellen Brisch and Andrew Mazz Marry about monster myths. By: Cali Owings, INFORUM MOORHEAD – Minnesota State University Moorhead biology professors Ellen Brisch and Andrew Mazz Marry have “vamped up” their classes for more than 10 years with a Halloween lecture that offers biological theories behind some of the most-common monster myths like vampires, […]

Halloween Bash tonight

Sponsored by the MSUM Residence Hall Association, the Dragon Halloween Bash features a kiddie carnival, box maze, mad science experiments, train rides and a tower of treats for the area’s youngest ghosts and goblins. It will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the campus residence halls. Guests may start in any residence hall to pick up a map […]

Kim Mollberg published in flagship accounting journal

Kim Mollberg, School of Business, had an article “Government Farm Payments Subject to SE Tax” published in the November 2013 edition of “Journal of Accountancy.” Published continuously since 1905, the “Journal of Accountancy” (with 386,000 paid subscriptions) is the flagship publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Christiansen and Zepper present at The University of South Dakota

Professors’ Ryan C. Christiansen, MFA, and Kevin Zepper, MFA, will present at the John R. Milton Conference at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, South Dakota, Oct. 31–Nov. 2. Christiansen is the Publisher & CEO for Knuckledown Press LLC, which publishes literary fiction and creative nonfiction titles in English for worldwide distribution in electronic formats. Christiansen teaches English part-time […]

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