Immunology Education takes center stage!

Immunology education has become increasingly important in recent times. Dr. Sumali Pandey joined her collaborator Dr. Philip Mixter (Washington State University) and Immune 60 podcast hosts Dr. Vincent Racaniello (Columbia University), Dr. Cynthia Leifer (Cornell University), Dr. Steph Langel (Case Western Reserve University) and Dr. Brianne Barker (Drew University) to share her NSF funded work with ImmunoReach (the Research Coordination Network), […]

Biosciences research picked up by popular magazine

A research collaboration between Biosciences faculty member Brian Wisenden and NDSU faculty member Craig Stockwell resulted in a peer-reviewed publication in the academic British journal Proceedings of the Royal Society in August 2022. That article has now been picked up by the poplar magazine Science News, based in Washington DC.

Suarez-Sousa and Bradbury published a book with Rowman & Littlefield

Ximena Suarez-Sousa and Boyd Bradbury, Department of Leadership and Learning, published Researcher Coach: A Personal Guide to the Research Journey with Rowman & Littlefield in August, 2022. Researcher Coach provides guidance to first-time social science researchers on each of the critical steps required for the successful completion of their scholarly projects. This book was not written for the consummate researcher; on the contrary, this […]

Research on Teaching & Learning and Healthcare Practices to Counteract Disruptions Caused by Pandemic

Recent research projects by School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Faculty, students, and MSUM staff and administration show the way to counteract disruptions caused by pandemic – Singh, J., Albertson A, Sillerud B. Telemedicine during COVID-19 Crisis and in Post-Pandemic/Post-Vaccine World—Historical Overview, Current Utilization, and Innovative Practices to Increase Utilization. Healthcare. Link – Singh, J., Singh, L., & Matthees, […]

College of Business, Analytics & Communication Faculty Members Hansen and Mollberg Engage with Kiwanis of Detroit Lakes

Dr. T. J. Hansen, Department of Economics, Law & Politics, presented “Navigating the Economic Waters:  Reflection and Outlook,” at the July 19th, 2022 meeting of the Kiwanis of Detroit Lakes.  She compared resilience patterns among different industries during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Hansen’s talk also used historical data related to inflation, unemployment, and gross domestic product to frame current economic conditions […]