Another group of Transfer Pathways are soon ready for input from stakeholders in the two year Minnesota State Colleges and the four year Minnesota State Universities. The Transfer Pathways are designed so students utilizing one would enter any Minnesota State university with a parallel baccalaureate degree as a junior with the first 60 credits complete. Discipline Stakeholders Meetings will be held at Anoka Ramsey Community College in Coon Rapids for sessions on March 27 – 30 and at Normandale Community College for the sessions on March 31. You are welcome to attend in person or by WebEx. Please register by March 24 no matter how you will attend. See the attachment for specific times and locations and links to register. Read the rest of this entry →
The Facility, Grounds & Safety Committee (FGSC) is charged with annually reviewing the University’s Traffic & Parking Regulations. The major changes the committee is recommending for implementation are as follows:
Permit Price Adjustments:
- Semester-only General permit prices will change to be the same for each semester. Fall-only permits will increase from $80 to $85 and Spring-only will decrease from $90 to $85. This change would take effect for Fall 2017.
Summer & Holiday Parking in General Lots:
- All General Parking lots (lot names that begin with a G) will not be ticketed in the summer and on all University holidays and breaks (all days when there are no classes and/or offices are closed). This change would take effect May 15, 2017.
- Reserved Lots, Meters, and Handicapped areas will continue to have ticketing enforced year round.
If you have any feedback on the proposed changes, please send it to email@example.com by Wednesday, April 5. Thank you for your continued support as we work to improve service and safety in our campus parking areas.
By Lexi Byler, MSUM Marketing Intern
MSU Moorhead’s Robert Noyce Grant Project gives current students majoring in science or mathematics, or community members who’ve received a STEM degree, the opportunity to earn a teaching license free of cost. This semester, MSUM awarded four student scholarships to David Cord, Christian Larson, Brooke Mayer and Jennifer Williams. Read the rest of this entry →
The Clay County Collaborative hosted an Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) community gathering in Moorhead on Monday, March 6. Dr. Karch was one of the four presenters. The Understanding ACES: Building Self-Healing Communities presentation provides information about the ACE Study, long with neurobiology that explains, why ACES impact people’s lives, and what we can all do to dramatically improve the health and resilience for this and future generations.
Thursday, March 23 | 7 p.m. | Moorhead Public Library
Newzad Brifki, founder and director of the Kurdish Community of America and an MSUM alumnus, will read from his newly published memoir, My Journey to America: A Kurdish American Story, at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 23 in the Moorhead Public Library, 118 5th St. S. Read the rest of this entry →
Thursday, March 23 | 7 p.m. | Library Porch
New Rivers Press is hosting poet Richard Broderick in a reading of his newest collection of poetry, “Jesus of Walmart,” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 23 in the Library porch.
Tuesday, March 28 | 7-8 p.m. | Lommen 203
Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) is hosting an alumni voice presentation on Tuesday, March 28 from 7-8 p.m. in Lommen 203. Kaitlyn Ludwig is a graduate of MSUM and is now in her second year in the Occupational Therapy Doctorate program at the University of South Dakota. She will be talking about the profession of occupational therapy (OT) including the scope of OT practice and what an occupational therapist does in the school environment. We invite everyone to attend this event and bring any questions they have on this topic. Read the rest of this entry →
April 5-8 | 7:30 p.m. | Gaede Stage
Challenging production transforms Gaede Stage into 20-ton pool of water
Ovid’s mythological tales undergo dramatic transformation by contemporary, award-winning director/playwright Mary Zimmerman in a production of Metamorphoses, presented by the MSUM School of Performing Arts April 5 to 8 on the Gaede Stage in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts. Read the rest of this entry →
Saturday, April 1 | 4 p.m. | CMU Ballroom
Mark your calendars for the Celebration of Nations, held on April 1 in the CMU Ballroom at 4 p.m. Children’s World will commence followed by the main event at 6 p.m.
Come enjoy a night of entertainment, flag parade, food, culture, and fashions from around the world. MSUM students and community members representing a variety of countries will exhibit items from their homeland, cook their unique foods, and share their culture.
- Entrance: $2 online at Tickets | $3 at the door
- Kids under 5 years: Free
- $1 food tickets (inside the Ballroom)
The event is open to all students, faculty, staff, community members and guests from all over the world and the U.S.
The Tom McGrath Visiting Writers Series, in cooperation with the Marcil Center for Innovative Journalism, presents Laurie Hertzel, Senior Editor/Books at the Minneapolis Star Tribune and author of “News to Me: Adventures of an Accidental Journalist,” winner of the 2011 Reader’s Choice Award at the Minnesota Book Awards. Read the rest of this entry →
Donate a bottle or more of your favorite wine to the Mystery Wine Sale at this year’s Spring Scholarship Gala! The minimum value is $20 per bottle but can exceed to any amount. Wine donations will be received until March 31, 2017. Read the rest of this entry →
Saturday, April 8 | CMU Ballroom
Participate in the Heads or Tails Raffle at the Spring Scholarship Gala April 8! For $25, you will receive a Scorch raffle paddle that will allow you to participate in three separate raffles during the event. Each raffle will consist of multiple rounds where each participant will use their paddle to select heads or tails. The emcee will flip a coin and announce the coin flip. Those with the correct choice will remain in the game and continue to play the next round until only one remains––the winner! Read the rest of this entry →
For this weekend’s Admissions’ College Possible event, the Livingston Lord Library will be open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 25. Stop by and visit the library for all your reference, check-out, and study room needs.
The current Minnesota state SharePoint sites, know currently as https://mnscu.sharepoint.com, will be changing the username format to access the SharePoint sites.
When will this username format change take place? The changes will start in the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 28. Due to the large number of accounts this may take a couple days to complete. Continue using your current username format until it is no longer accepted and then make the change to the new format.
What if I need assistance? Please contact the MSUM IT Helpdesk and they will assist you with this change.
MSUM IT Helpdesk
Livingston Lord Library Room 122
As faculty and staff members, you work closely with students every day. You cultivate confidence and help them in innumerable ways as they grow from freshmen to seniors. Your influence in their lives has made an impact.
To make an even bigger difference in the lives of students, enjoy champagne, appetizers, entertainment and delicious food. Yes, you read that correctly. Read the rest of this entry →
A tentative schedule for the Student Academic Conference (SAC) has been posted on the SAC webpage.
Nominate your respected colleagues or favorite professors for the prestigious Dille Lecturer Award! Successful nominees will demonstrate how they transform the world by transforming students’ lives.
Each year, students, faculty and staff are asked to submit a nomination for the faculty member they believe best exemplifies the award criteria. The Provost’s Council reviews the nominations and selects a recipient. That faculty member will be honored at a Fall Semester 2017 awards ceremony during which they will present a lecture of their choosing, and receive the award’s $1,200 honorarium. Read the rest of this entry →
Peter Geib and Jim Swenson, Paseka School of Business, have co-authored an article that will appear in the journal Advances in Management. The title is “China: Punctuated Equilibrium and Innovation Led Growth.”
Interested in STEM and STEM education? Noyce Scholarships are available for math or science majors who add a teaching major. Current undergraduates are eligible for multi-year scholarships and returning students can receive one year of funding.
Noyce Scholars receive full tuition and partial room/board (a bit more than $13,000 per year).