Last night the 2017 Annual Student Organization Awards Ceremony was held. Please help congratulate the following award recipients: Read the rest of this entry →
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Wednesday, April 19 | 7 p.m. | CMU Ballroom Section E
The Student Organization Awards Ceremony is tonight, Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. in CMU Ballroom Section E (north side). Please come to recognize those students, organizations, and advisors that were nominated and for some food, including a s’mores bar!
This year we are allowing student organizations and departments to schedule rooms in the Student Union for the entire academic year. You will receive confirmation on fall ’17 dates before the end of this spring semester. We will then RE-CONFIRM your use of the room prior the start of the fall and spring semesters.
All requests must be submitted using Virtual EMS. If you are experiencing difficulties with requesting space using Virtual EMS, please stop by the Student Union & Activities Administration Office in CMU 222. Read the rest of this entry →
The Student Union and Activities Department is seeking applicants to apply for our student Creative Communication Specialist position. This position works closely with our Communication Specialist student position to promote MSUM Student Life and campus involvement to prospective, incoming, and current students. The Creative Communication Specialist position uses one’s design skills and focuses on producing visual graphic content and other marketing materials for our department.
More information about the position and application information can be found in the attached document. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
DragonCentral will be unavailable for use between 11 p.m. Saturday, March 25 and 5 a.m. Sunday, March 26 due to system maintenance. Please make arrangements as it relates to elections and forms opening or closing during that time period. Contact Steve Fox in the Office of Student Activities at email@example.com or 218-477-2120 with any questions.
Thursday, Feb. 2 | 1-4 p.m. | CMU Ballroom
On Thursday, Feb. 2, from 1-4 p.m. the Office of Student Activities will be hosting the 5th Annual Volunteer and Service Fair in the CMU Ballroom.
This fair is a great opportunity for you to meet with local nonprofits and discuss possible volunteer and service learning opportunities as well as possible internships or careers in a nonprofit setting. Read the rest of this entry →
On Thursday, Feb. 2, from 1-4 p.m. our campus will host the fifth annual Volunteer and Service Fair in the CMU Ballroom. This fair is a great opportunity for students, student organizations, and local nonprofits to meet and discuss possible volunteer and service learning opportunities as well as possible internships or careers in a nonprofit. The list of agencies signed up to attend continues to grow. Read the rest of this entry →
Attention student organizations: Have an upcoming event, program, guest speaker, student organization meeting? Advertise it under the Events section of your DragonCentral page! Last semester 104 organizations and departments submitted 562 meetings and events on DragonCentral.
We encourage you to add these to DragonCentral as this allows all of us to find out what’s happening on campus. It also puts it on Corq, our student engagement mobile app!
Visit mnstate.edu/dragoncentral. Questions? Contact the Office of Student Activities, CMU 113.
Have an upcoming event, program, guest speaker, or guest lecturer? Advertise it under the Events section on DragonCentral, our student engagement network! Last semester 104 organizations and departments submitted 562 meetings and events on DragonCentral.
We encourage you to add these to DragonCentral as this puts all of our student engagement events in one spot. It also puts it on Corq, our student engagement mobile app.
The Office of Student Activities is looking toward student leaders, staff, and faculty at MSUM to recommend students for Emerging Leaders, a program in which one can learn about leadership and one’s own leadership style.
We ask that you please share this information with potentially interested students. Emerging Leaders is great for students who do not yet see themselves as leaders. It is also a stepping stone toward the Dragon Leadership Program, typically a two-year program where students actively practice leadership through involvement experiences on campus and in the community. Read the rest of this entry →
The Office of Student Activities is gearing up for Emerging Leaders, a program in which one can learn about leadership and one’s own leadership style.
Emerging Leaders is great for students who do not yet see themselves as leaders. It is also a stepping stone towards the Dragon Leadership Program, typically a two-year program where students actively practice leadership through involvement experiences on campus and in the community. Read the rest of this entry →
Have you recently elected new student organization officers? Have membership changes?
For new officers, please submit a “Change of Student Organization Officer/Advisor Form” found under the Campus Links section of DragonCentral. Part of this process will be to update your DragonCentral Organization roster and if you have new officers that have not signed the OSA Officer Agreement, please print and have them sign this agreement (link to document is within the online form).
If your organization’s membership has changed, we encourage the current officers to end or add members under the “Manage Roster” section of your DragonCentral page.
Thank you for helping us keep accurate contact information for your student organization! Stop in the Office of Student Activities, CMU 113, if you need assistance or have questions.
Thursday, Feb. 2 | 1-4 p.m. | CMU Ballroom
On Thursday, Feb. 2, from 1-4 p.m. our campus will host the fifth annual Volunteer and Service Fair in the CMU Ballroom. This fair is a great opportunity for students, student organizations, and local nonprofits to meet and discuss possible volunteer and service learning opportunities as well as possible internships or careers in a nonprofit. Grab a few friends and make plans to attend!
Questions? Contact Steve Fox in the Office of Student Activities.
Did you miss your chance to get a Homecoming shirt or mug? Well you are in luck! This week only, sweatshirts, baseball t-shirts and Homecoming mugs will be available for purchase in the Office of Student Activities in CMU 113. These items are available on a first come, first served basis. Read the rest of this entry →
Our Homecoming 2016 office decorating winner is the Early Childhood Office.
The winner of the Homecoming 2016 Dean’s Chili Feed is Chicken Chili by Dean Ok-Hee Lee from the College of Education and Human Services.
Congratulations to our winners and thank you to everyone who participated!
Take a look at the news stories featuring MSUM in the last week.
MSUM campus hosts community block party to kick of their homecoming, WDAY: “Moorhead is bursting with Dragon pride this week. Monday night, students, faculty and families rallied at a community block party for MSUM’s Homecoming.”
Roers/Keller William put on annual Chili Feed to raise money for United Way, WDAY: “It was the perfect day for a bowl of steamin’ hot chili. More than 900 people bellied up for the annual Chili Feed for United Way put on by Roers/Keller Williams. Along with a free-will donation, people could try 50 different types of chili made by everyone from the Killbourne Group to MSUM President Blackhurst.”
MSUM celebrates Professor Conteh and his retirement, WDAY: “An MSUM icon is being honored tonight for his contributions to higher education. Andrew Conteh has been teaching international relations and law at the university for more than 30 years.”
‘Printober’ at Plains celebrates art of printmaking, InForum: “The Plains Art Museum has stamped this month as Printober, with events and workshops dedicated to the art and education of printmaking.”
Gibson ties school record, leads Dragons to homecoming victory, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead wide receiver Damon Gibson was the model of scoring efficiency Saturday night, Oct. 8, at Alex Nemzek Stadium. Gibson caught four passes and all went for touchdowns. His performance vaulted the Dragons to a 41-12 homecoming victory against Minnesota-Crookston in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference football at Scheels Field.”
Dragons induct 11 individuals, one team into sports hall of fame, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead is inducting 11 individuals and one team into its sports hall of fame.”
Small in stature, Dragons receiver Ambrose makes big impact, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead quarterback Jake Hodge was in the head coach’s office earlier this week when he tossed a playful verbal jab at wide receiver Cory Ambrose.”
Impact of immigration topic of MSUM lecture, InForum: :”Oscar Flores, a professor of economics at Minnesota State University Moorhead, will discuss the “Economic Impact of Immigration on the American Economy” during a lecture at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10 at King Hall, Room 110, on the MSUM campus.”
MSUM Wraps Up Homecoming Week With a Parade, KVRR: “MSUM is ending their eventful Homecoming Week with a parade. Students, faculty and staff came out to show their Dragon Pride as they joined the Homecoming Parade.”
Serving up Homecoming Spirit at MSUM’s “Ice Cream Palooza”, KVRR: “They served up free ice cream to students and a few professors got a pie in the face this afternoon at MSUM. The “Ice Cream Palooza” was all a part of homecoming week and put on by all the homecoming court nominees.”
How does Immigration Impact the U.S. Economy?, Valley News Live Point of View: “One of Donald Trump’s main platforms this election is that immigration has a negative impact on American native born jobs and wages. Is that true? Does research back up that claim?”
A reminder that all recognized student organizations need to complete the annual student organization registration process by today, Friday, Sept. 16. This includes an online form on your organization’s DragonCentral page and a paper form which will include gathering your organization officers and advisor(s) signatures.
Please contact the Office of Student Activities in CMU 113 with any questions or concerns.