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  • Minnesota State University Moorhead is an opportunity-rich learning community where students are empowered to reach their highest potential academically and personally. Exceptional faculty teach, advise and mentor, engaging students in collaborative scholarly research and creative projects that provide the experience to excel professionally and to be accepted into competitive graduate and professional programs. MSUM offers 76 majors and more than 170 emphases, along with 125+ student organizations, laying the foundation for a robust intellectual community and an active student life.

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    President Richard Hanson, presidential search advisory committee chair, said two candidates remain under consideration for president of MSU Moorhead. The Board of Trustees is scheduled to name the 11th president at its April 23 meeting.

    Math major Josiah Reiswig scored in the top 45 percent of the students in the nation in the Putnam Competition. The competition is the largest, most competitive mathematics competition in North America.

    Professor Martin Grindeland, School of Communication and Journalism, was named this year’s winner of the Mitchell V. Charnley Award by the Northwest Broadcast News Association. Three Psychology students have had their research abstracts accepted for a conference at Stanford University this spring.

    Wendy O’Meara, a fourth grade teacher at Roosevelt Elementary School, is named Fargo’s teacher of the year.Ceramic artist and art professor Brad Bachmeier was selected as artist in residence for the Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona. He will have access to over 800 archeological and historic sites that represent more than 13,000 years of human history.

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    April 30-May 3, 7:30 p.m., Gaede Stage
    Based on Stephen King's bestselling novel, the musical of Carrie hasn't been seen since its legendary 1988 Broadway production. This is a newly reworked and fully re-imagined vision of this gripping tale.

    March 30-May 19, Sundays @ 2 pm, Mondays @ 7 pm, Bridges Hall 167
    Explore the wonderful world of color. Why is the sky blue and Mars red? What color was a dinosaur? Take an amazing journey through the world around us and the universe under a rainbow of cosmic light.

    March 29-May 17, Saturdays @ 11 am, Bridges Hall 167
    Flight Adventures lets young viewers discover the science of flight as they explore how birds, kites, planes, and models fly. Learn about the history and future of flight and how NASA is discovering new and safer ways to travel.

    April 24, 6:30 p.m., Fox Recital Hall
    Cinema Arts and Digital Technologies will host a Spring Forward speakers panel focusing on the latest trends and ideas in the media arts.