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Volunteer to get the word out about our Combined Charities Campaign – come to a quick meeting at either 9 a.m. or 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in CMU 205 to get up to speed on our campus efforts. Read the rest of this entry →
Mark your calendars! October is coming fast and it will be a very busy month with many events taking place for employees. Read the rest of this entry →
SPANISH LANGUAGE TABLE
Sept. 27 | 12-1 p.m. | Intercultural Center – CMU 121
Join us to learn some words/phrases in Spanish or practice speaking what you already know. Collaborative event with the Spanish Program and Spanish Club. Prof. Kátia Sherman will be in attendance at all sessions. Also offered on October 11 and 18.
DIVERSE STUDENT ORGANIZATION SOCIAL
Sept. 27 | 6-8 p.m. | Intercultural Center – CMU 121
Interested in meeting other students, joining a student organization, or learning about leadership opportunities? Stop by the social to grab a snack and get to know other students!
Tuesday, Sept. 27 | 7 p.m. | CMU 214 Read the rest of this entry →
Tuesday, Sept. 27 | 1 p.m. | LI 124 Read the rest of this entry →
Friday, Sept. 30 | 3-3:50 p.m. | Hagen 325
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Thursday, Oct. 6 | 5:30-8 p.m. | Comstock Memorial Union Ballroom Read the rest of this entry →
Friday, Oct. 7 | 5:30 p.m. | CMU Ballroom Read the rest of this entry →
Dragon Homecoming will be celebrated in Kise Commons with an Oktoberfest themed meal on Wednesday, Oct. 5 during dinner.
We will be serving German Oktoberfest pizza, all kinds of schnitzels, spaetzels, mustard brined pork loin, red cabbage, German potato salad, kneophla soup and black forest cake! Vegan options will be available in the form of eggplant schnitzel and you might just see a root beer keg. Read the rest of this entry →
Monday, Oct. 3 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Clay County Family Service Center
Minnesota’s Advisory Task Force on Justice Involved Women and Girls has chosen Moorhead for a forum outside of the Twin Cities to focus on some issue related to justice involved women and girls in Minnesota. The focus for this year is sex trafficking. Read the rest of this entry →
Get your “WALK ON” with the WALKtober challenge sponsored by the Hendrix Wellness Educators during the month of October. Challenge begins Oct. 3. Read the rest of this entry →
The Dragon Football team scored 2 touchdowns last Saturday, which means the MSUM Bookstore will have 20% off clothing and imprinted gift items Tuesday, Sept. 27. Discount valid on up to 3 items.
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.
- Two of our admissions representatives will be attending the FM College Fair on Monday, Sept. 26. Several area high school students will be attending to seek out future college opportunities.
- Our admissions reps will be traveling throughout South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Minnesota visiting high schools and recruiting prospective students.
If you would like to participate in an activity happening on campus please call Admissions or us email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at the news stories featuring MSUM in the last week.
Encouraging Diversity in the Red River Valley, KVRR: “After the UND Snapchat controversy went viral, some people are asking if schools and communities are doing enough to educate students about diversity sensitivity. NDSU and MSUM both have plenty of information online highlighting the importance of diversity on their campus.”
Former Dragon Sevlie to Play Overseas, WDAY: “One of the best players to ever play for the Dragons will continue his career overseas. Former all-conference forward Isaac Sevlie has signed with BK NH Ostrava in the Czech Republic, a team that competes in the highest level in that country.”
How College Career Counseling Can Help Students, North Dakota Today: “Many students enter college not knowing what they want to do once they graduate. Director of the Career Development Center, Troy Nellis, with MSUM shared how career counseling can help and what options there are for students.”
Election ’16: Minnesota Secretary of State Visits MSUM, KVRR: “Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon made a stop in Moorhead on his annual trip around the state. This year he’s focusing on increasing voter turnout. His first stop was at MSUM.”
Dragons Linebacker Roehrich has Sweet Hairstyles and Math Skills, Inforum: “Minnesota State Moorhead linebacker Abe Roehrich sported a unique haircut at the start of fall football camp: short on top with lines shaved in the sides and a mullet in the back. … While Roehrich has currently settled into a more traditional hairdo, his play on the gridiron still gets him noticed. The 5-foot-11, 212-pound Roehrich is tied for the team lead in tackles through three games with 26.”
DragonsLIVE is a monthly show based totally on MSUM Dragon Athletics and the next episode airs this Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 6:30 p.m. on WDAY’Z XTRA and features coach and student-athlete interviews, Doug vs. Anne in a 2K race, and the first Top5 of the year. Read the rest of this entry →
Two New Schemes Target Campuses, Former Students
Campuses nationwide are bustling again, as students have returned to begin—or resume—their collegiate studies. Though many college students are too busy to worry about fraud, they are among the most vulnerable to identity theft. Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) offers simple steps students can take to protect themselves from identity theft on campus, and warns of two new schemes targeting students and former students.
Studies have shown that college students are among the most-targeted group for identity theft and also the least likely to detect identity fraud themselves. The 2015 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy and Research revealed that 22 percent of college students were notified that they were a victim of identity fraud either by a debt collector or when they were denied credit, three times higher than average fraud victims. Read the rest of this entry →
Monday, Sept. 26 | 4:30 p.m. | BR 162
As part of the “Psychology Works” speaker series, clinical psychologist and MSUM psychology professor Dr. Richard Kolotkin will speak about the field of clinical psychology on Monday, Sept. 26 at 4:30 p.m. in BR 162. Read the rest of this entry →
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is excited to announce our updated Safe Zone Program.
The Safe Zone Program is a collaborative initiative with Minnesota State Community and Technical College that consists of interactive trainings where participants will learn about the LGBTQ+ community, campus resources, the importance of inclusive language and creating safe spaces, and how to be a supportive advocate and ally for LGBTQ+ social justice and equality. The program is open to staff, faculty, and administrators from MSUM and M State. Read the rest of this entry →