What’s Happening in Admissions

Each week the Office of Admissions will be sharing a few things happening on campus and in our recruiting territories. We hope to provide a brief look into what’s happening in Admissions. Twin Cities Representatives will be visiting Hmong College Prep Academy for an on-site application day. Admissions staff along with the campus community will be assisting First Year Programs […]

Robert Asp Teacher of the Year Builds Relationships with Students

Becoming a teacher seemed the natural path for (MSUM alumna) Becky Anderson, since she loved working with kids and loved English. “Elementary education was the road I took, and I’ve had more joy, love, laughter, sadness, frustration and sleepless nights than I could have ever imagined,” said Anderson, a third-grade teacher at Robert Asp Elementary School and this year’s Robert […]

Cindy Sogn Funeral Today

Recent retiree Cindy Sogn passed away Thursday morning. Cindy retired last spring after working at MSUM for 27 years. During her time at MSUM she worked in the Bookstore, English Department, Keys, Parking, and IT. Please keep Cindy’s family in your thoughts. Her funeral will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, May 31 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Barnesville, Minn. You […]

Fargo Marathon Success at MSUM

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2016 Fargo Marathon a success! We had thousands of visitors at our Expo booth, and more than 300 community members watching and cheering for runners on campus last Saturday. Alumnus Mark Knutson, executive director of the Fargo Marathon, said that for the second year in a row he’s heard overwhelmingly positive comments about […]

Manno’s Article Published in ‘The Piano Magazine’

Terrie Manno’s article, titled “What are they thinking? The key to your students’ best performances” has been published in the May/June 2016 edition of Clavier Companion, “The Piano Magazine.” Her thesis is that music students perform more successfully when they have developed and practiced mental thought streams that they link and sync to the physical execution of their work.