MSUM 2019-2020 Retirees

MSUM recognizes and thanks our most recent retirees. We asked them about their favorite memory of MSUM and about their retirement plans. Congratulations retirees and thank you for your many years of service. Marlowe Kulish, College of Arts, Media & Communication – 7/2/2019Favorite memory is working with students in the Music Department and acquaintances made with support and teaching staff […]

Social media in the classroom and fixed-term focus group

Bookend your week with Faculty Development. The first Friday focus group happens tomorrow, and the first Monday morning session is scheduled next week: This Friday (Feb. 22): Fixed-term Faculty Focus Group, 2:30-3:15 p.m. in CMU 227 Monday (Feb. 25): “Social media in the classroom = socially acceptable?”, brought to you by Jeff Bodwin, Chemistry; Andrew Chen, Computer Science; Kandace Creel […]

Writing Intensive Assessment Report and Scheduled Brownbag Discussion Sessions

The purpose of this Writing Intensive Assessment Work Group was to determine to what extent students at MSUM are able to meet the current Writing Intensive Competencies. In order to accomplish this task, a faculty-generated rubric was created. Papers used in this project were collected from both Dragon Core (DC) and Major Writing Intensive courses offered during Fall Semester 2009 […]

Mass comm professors publish article in national journal

The collaborative research of MSUM professors Deneen Gilmour and Aaron Quanbeck, Mass Communications, is published in the fall edition of The Review of Communication. Gilmour, assistant professor of print and online journalism, and Quanbeck, assistant professor of broadcast journalism, worked together researching convergence journalism practices and textbook content to write a cultural-critical analysis titled “Hegemony: Quiet Control Over Convergence Textbook […]