MSUM DECA advances to nationals

Six students to compete in Washington D.C. On February 25 and 26 the MSUM DECA chapter competed at the Minnesota Collegiate DECA Career Development Conference in Mankato, Minn. After two days of competitive business events, the students came back with awards for their achievements and will advance to the national conference. All MSUM students were finalists in their events, advancing […]

SLHS graduate students and faculty present at national conference

Nov. 14-16, the following students and faculty presented research at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention in Chicago: Nancy Paul and Mary Drake, faculty *Issues Related to Community Memory Screenings Richard Adler with the following graduate student researchers: -Arica Flach, * Certified Nursing Assistants’ Knowledge of Swallowing Disorders for Assistance to SLPs -Gretta Hjelseth, * University Clinical Supervisors’ Role in the […]

Michael Krajewski presented at ATMI and CMS national conference

Dr. Michael J. Krajewski, Music, presented a lecture/demonstration at the national Association of Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI) and College Music Society (CMS) conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts in October 2013. His lecture titled “Developing Interactive Course Material” received rave reviews. In addition Krajewski chaired a session at the conference titled “Big Sound, Small Devices.”

Diane Wolter presents at NACADA national conference

Diane Wolter, Career Development Center, presented “Emerging Adults Theory and Identity Development” at the NACADA national conference in Salt Lake City. The presentation compared prevailing student development theories with the more recently introduced Emerging Adults model, and examined how student affairs professionals use college student theory in guiding identity development.