Congratulations, 2016 graduates! Are you unsure what to do with your gown after graduation? Do you have books that you can’t sell back? Read the rest of this entry →
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Wednesday, May 4 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. | CMU 111
Fuzz Therapy will be offered in the American Indian Research and Resource Center (CMU 111) and The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (CMU 114) on Study Day, May 4 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Please see posters around campus for pictures of our canine guests. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at email@example.com or 218.477.2652.
Interdisciplinary Center for Diversity and Social Justice Honors 2 at Recognition Awards/Dialogue Series
May 2 | 4-5:30 p.m. | CMU 205
The Interdisciplinary Center for Diversity and Social Justice is honoring Lexi Byler (MSUM student, President of the Black Student Union) and Jody Steile (Coordinator, White Earth/MSUM program) for their work in Diversity and Social Justice.
You can find more information here.
Friday, April 29 | 2:30-4 p.m. | CMU 101
Dr. Roni Ellington, the featured plenary speaker for our Faculty Professional Development Day this February, will be holding a follow-up teleconference for faculty who would like to continue the conversation on Diversity, Inclusion and Student Success.
Please join us today in CMU 101 at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 27 | 3 p.m. | Rainbow Dragon Center (CMU 217) Read the rest of this entry →
Tuesday, April 26 | Women’s Center (BR 154) 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Rainbow Dragon Center (CMU 217) 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
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Friday, April 21 | 7 p.m. | CMU 101 Read the rest of this entry →
MSUM Faculty Fellowhip Opportunity with The Interdisciplinary Center for Diversity and Social Justice
The Interdisciplinary Center for Diversity and Social Justice (ICDSJ) is calling for a Faculty Fellow for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
The Centers Mission ~ To create a vibrant interdisciplinary space on campus for faculty, students and staff who wish to connect in order to grow diversity and social justice curriculum, research, ideas, programs, and communities.
Requirements ~ You must be a full-time probationary track or tenured faculty at Minnesota State University Moorhead. You will need your Dean’s approval to receive the six total credits of reassigned time funding. The Center’s Steering Committee members are not eligible. Read the rest of this entry →
The Interdisciplinary Center for Diversity and Social Justice (ICDSJ) is calling for a Faculty Fellow for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. Please consider applying. Read the rest of this entry →
Dorothy Hodgkin’s discoveries of the structure of penicillin and insulin led to significant improvements in health care.
Billie Holiday helped define the jazz era after being given the title of “First Lady of the Blues.”
Simone de Beauvior’s book, The Second Sex, depicted the traditions of sexism that dominated society and history. It was a defining book for the feminist movement.
NDSU is the host institution for the 27th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Traditional Powwow scheduled for Saturday, April 2, from 12:30 to 10 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. The event is a collaboration of NDSU, Concordia College, M-State and Minnesota State University Moorhead.
The theme for this year’s powwow is “Educate. Empower. Continue the Legacy.” Read the rest of this entry →
Katherine Hepburn, through her acting, helped redefine traditional views of women’s roles in society.
Eva Peron campaigned tirelessly for both the poor and for the extension of women’s rights.
Marie Curie is credited for the discovery of two new elements, polonium and radium.
Coco Chanel was one of the most innovative fashion designers. She took traditionally male clothes and redesigned them for the benefit of women.
Helen Keller campaigned tirelessly on behalf of deaf and blind people.
Indira Gandhi was the first female prime minister of India.
Elizabeth Blackwell was the first women to receive a medical degree in America and the first women to be on the UK medical register.
Susan B. Anthony helped lay the ground work for later laws which gave women the right to vote.
Margaret Thatcher was the first woman to hold the title of Prime Minister of Great Britain.
Australian feminist Germaine Greer’s book, The Female Eunuch, was a defining manifesto for the feminist movement.
Saturday, April 9 | 8 p.m. – midnight | Gio’s in Moorhead
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Florence Nightingale was the first female recipient of the Order of Merit for her work as a nurse.