The MSUM College of Business and Innovation prepares students for fulfilling and productive careers in the fields of Accounting, Business, Finance, Computer Science and Information Systems, Mass Communications, Paralegal, Operations Management, and Construction Management.Our students learn from faculty members who have the highest qualifications in their field, several of whom have business and industry experience. Many of these faculty members publish and present scholarly and creative activities related to their teaching areas. Students engage with faculty and the community by conducting research, producing award-winning programs and documentaries, participating in competitions, and taking part in service projects.Several of the programs in the College of Business and Innovation are accredited by national and international accreditation agencies, including the School of Business, Paralegal, Operations Management, and Construction Management.Our students are provided with a solid academic foundation that prepares graduates to advance professionally and personally. They enter high-demand professions with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed.I invite you to learn more about what the College of Business and Innovation has to offer. Please explore our website for more information about specific programs, or contact me via email with your questions and comments.
Dr. Marsha Weber, Dean
Alumni and friends are cordially invited to celebrate the installation of Anne Blackhurst as MSUM’s 11th president Friday, September 26 at 2 p.m. in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts Hansen Theatre. A celebratory reception in the Center for the Arts gallery will follow. For details on inauguration activities taking place during homecoming week, [...]
Dr. Chang-Seong Hong, Philosophy, invites you to join him and discuss together the 10 articles he has been writing on Buddhist philosophy. The topics of these articles are as follows: BUDDHISM FOR THINKERS 1. Non-self : an analytic approach 2. Dependent arising = emptiness 3. Anti-essentialism: the exclusion of the other 4. The concept of [...]
The Records Office has revamped the Major/Minor/Certificate/Advisor Change Form. The form is available on the Records website under “Forms.” Please use the new form effective immediately and discard any old forms you have in your departments. Students will need to be directed to the website to print out the form. After it is completed and [...]
Danielle Rebel, Intern, Marketing & Communications A surprise donation was made to Make-A-Wish® North Dakota at the MSUM School of Business’ Executive Mentorship Appreciation Dinner May 1. The donation was part of the Pay It Forward Program from Bell State Bank & Trust, and was presented by MSUM students Morgan Ellis, accounting, and Bailey Beauclair, [...]
Thirty-three employees were recognized at the 2014 Retiree Recognition and Employee Excellence Awards Luncheon May 15. This year’s retirees include: Jeanne Alm, Ginny Bair, Jody Bendel, Jane Bergland, Henry Chan, Wayne Chen, A Derick Dalhouse, John Early, Virginia Gregg, Wayne Gudmundson, Henry Gwiazda, William Hall, James Hansen, Dennis Jacobs, Gwen Johanson, Aziz Kian, Zachary Machunda, [...]
Pres. Anne Blackhurst invites faculty and staff to opening remarks for the 2014-15 academic year at 9 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 20 in Hansen Theater. “I think it is vitally important to communicate clearly, often, and in multiple ways so there’s no need to speculate about what is going on,” said Blackhurst. “In July I sent [...]
Faculty and staff are invited to participate in this Thursday’s new student convocation. Lineup for the processional begins at 8:45 a.m. in Nemzek Hall. Speakers will include Pres. Blackhurst and Student Body President Cody Meyer. Offices may be closed so employees can attend at the discretion of department heads. Academic regalia may be worn but [...]
The Valley News Live morning show Valley Today will feature live segments from MSUM tomorrow between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. Reporter Kristi Larson will discuss back-to-school matters including freshman move-in day activities. David Wahlberg, executive director of Marketing & Communications, Heather Philips director of Housing and Residential Life, and Julia Roland, director of First [...]
Dr. Lisa Stewart published the chapter, “Best Practices in Developing Academic Local Norms” in the most recent edition of the National Association of School Psychology Best Practices in School Psychology. The Best Practices resource is a staple in graduate programs across the country and the new edition was released August 2014.