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.

Campaign urges students to explore career technical programs

With Minnesota’s need to prepare more skilled and educated workers, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the Minnesota Department of Education have launched a campaign to encourage more students to explore and enroll in career technical programs. A radio campaign, “Learning that works,” is underway to showcase technical education programs offered by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and […]

Senior Year Experience focuses on student-to-professional transition

Are your advisees looking for another credit? Please encourage them to consider 
Senior Year Experience. SYE is a personal development class intended to address
issues specifically related to a MSUM senior’s transition from student to
professional. By drawing upon both campus and community resources for course
facilitation and carefully designing course curriculum to match relevant
concerns, the SYE program is an engaging opportunity for […]