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, [...]
Pam McGee was one of 12 educator’s across the Globe selected to attend the PMI (Project Management Institute) Global Undergraduate Curriculum Development meeting in Paris on August 13, 2014. The group’s charter is to develop a universal, global road map for anyone teaching an introduction to project management course.
The Society of Professional Journalists selected Stian Michalsen, a Norwegian exchange student who studied at Minnesota State University Moorhead during the spring semester of 2013, as a national finalist in both television news and television sports photography. Stian shot his stories for Campus News, a weekly program produced in the School of Communication and Journalism [...]
Dr. Camille Brandt, School of Teaching and Learning, presented at a staff development event for special education staff and teachers for Fargo Public Schools. The topic of the presentation centered upon classroom environment and behavior management. Dr. Brandt serves as a mentor to new special education teachers and will be providing staff development to other [...]
Red Weather, the now-biannual literary journal edited and designed by students at MSUM, is seeking poetry, prose, and/or visual art (photos, drawings, illustrations, paintings, prints, and any creative work that can be presented in an image file) for inclusion in the first issue of its thirty-fourth volume. This year, we are releasing two issues instead [...]
Marc Baetsch, finalist for the position of MSUM Director of Public Safety, will hold an open forum today in CMU 205 from noon to 1 p.m. Mark Baetsch has been Public Safety Sergeant at MSUM since 2006. He was a police officer at NDSU from 1997 to 1999, and again from 2000 to 2006. He [...]