In honor of Veteran’s Day, Terry Shoptaugh will be interviewed live Monday morning by Valley News Live starting at 5:45 a.m. They will be in the Livingston Lord Library and will talk about the stained glass windows and the World War I veterans they represent. Tune in Monday morning to learn more about the memorial.
By: Amy Dalrymple, INFORUM The bell tower never went up. A Minnesota State University Moorhead president went down. And a student body united to pave the way for what is now Comstock Memorial Union. That 1958 story will be featured in a panel discussion Friday about student activism with alumni from that era. “We always like to think the rebellious […]
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 […]
MSUM Archivist Terry Shoptaugh will deliver this year’s Dille Faculty Lecture on “With No Apologies to Tom Brokaw: The ‘Baby Boom’ as History” Wednesday, October 13 at 7 p.m. in the Science Lab 104. In this lecture, Shoptaugh will review the origin of the “boom,” describe the impact it had on American society, review the controversies surrounding the “boomer generation,” […]
Terry Shoptaugh, MSUM archivist and librarian, has received the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) Bronze Medal for 2010 for his book, They Were Ready: The 164th Infantry in the Pacific War. MWSA recognizes its members and their creative works at an awards banquet during their annual conference. All awards recipients will be honored at the MWSA’s conference, Sept. 30 […]