Biosciences faculty member gives his 200th presentation

Brian Wisenden, Biosciences, gave the 200th presentation of his career when he delivered an invited keynote address to the Society of Experimental Biology, in Salzburg, Austria on June 30, 2012. His talk was entitled “Behavioural responses of aquatic organisms to chemical information about predation risk.” Almost all of the research presented in the talk was conducted by undergraduates.

Former MSUM coach Dahnke to be inducted into NSIC Hall

By: Forum staff reports, INFORUM MOORHEAD – Longtime Minnesota State Moorhead cross country coach Fred Dahnke is among eight who will be inducted into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Hall of Fame on Wednesday in St. Cloud, Minn. Dahnke, who lives in Barnesville, Minn., ran track at MSUM before graduating in 1971.

Faculty-student research presented at 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference

Sociology and political science student, Tyler C. Anderson, senior, and Dr. Lee Garth Vigilant, Sociology & Criminal Justice, presented a paper at the 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference at the University of St. Thomas on June 15. The paper’s title was “Try To See It My Way:” Interpretive Dilemmas in Insider/Outsider Team Research (Reading “Gender Control” into Data from a […]