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  • John Benson presents at Annual Association of American Geographers

    John Benson, a geographer in the School of Teaching and Learning and the son of missionaries, presented a paper at the Annual Association of American Geographers conference in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday, April 9. The paper was titled, “Faith of Our Fathers Living Still?: A Comparison of the Religious Development of Children of Missionaries to [...]

    “Economics in Action” at the Expanding Your Horizons Conference

    MSUM students, Fanuel Asrat, Aba Boadu, Kofi Boadu, Cody Brandt, Jasmin Lam, Julie Maahs, Melhik Negatu, and Mira Nkulukadiele, and Economics faculty members, T. J. Hansen and Gregory Stutes, offered a workshop in conjunction with the Expanding Your Horizons Conference on April 12. The local Expanding Your Horizons Conference invites young women from Minnesota and [...]

    Karen Mehnert-Meland recognized with ACUI Emeritus Award

    During the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) Awards Ceremony on April 9, Karen Mehnert-Meland received ACUI’s Emeritus Award, which recognizes professionals who are retiring. The Emeritus Award is conferred by the ACUI Board of Trustees. Mehnert-Meland was nominated by Interim Director of the Comstock Memorial Union, Layne Anderson, with support from other professionals in [...]

    Essay by Rebecca Gardner recently published

    An essay titled “Survivance as Resistance to Authoritative Discourse,” by Rebecca Gardner, Communication Studies, was included in the book “Feminist Challenges or Feminist Rhetorics? Locations, Scholarship, Discourse,” recently published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    MSUM Mass Communications Dept. honors longtime photography teacher

    By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY Watch video. Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) – A special honor for a talented news photographer and teacher. Thursday, the Mass Communications Department honored longtime photography teacher Reggie Radniecki. She is retiring from the department, for many years, Reggie was a stand-out news photographer for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Covering the [...]

    ‘Photos by Regene Radniecki’ exhibit opens today

    The MSUM College of Communications and Journalism welcomes the community to help honor MSUM professor Regene “Reggie” Radniecki at the opening of her photographic exhibit, “Photos by Regene Radniecki.” A reception will be held today from 4-6:30 p.m., Flora Frick Hall, Room 254. The exhibit closes May 20. Radniecki is retiring after a long and [...]

    Raychl Smith gave invited lecture at the University of Iowa

    Music department faculty member, Raychl Smith, gave an invited lecture on Creative Motion Pedagogy at the University of Iowa on April 4. The lecture was followed by a Creative Motion workshop with piano teachers from the Iowa Music Teacher’s Association, and a community workshop with local public school teachers and students. More information on Creative [...]

    Tack publishes article for second time in “The Voice”

    Dr. David Tack, School of Teaching & Learning, published an article in “The Voice,” a publication of The National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers. The April edition features his article “Two ‘Wrongs’ Are More Than Alright: Using and Stealing Cheat Sheets.” This is Tack’s second contribution in four months to this publication.

    Brian Wisenden gave a seminar at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

    Brian Wisenden, Biosciences, gave an invited departmental seminar at University of Wisconsin Eau Claire on April 3. The talk, based on research conducted by undergraduate biology majors at MSUM, was entitled “Scents of Danger: Chemically mediated predator-prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems.” http://web.mnstate.edu/wisenden

    Suarez-Sousa and Bradbury presented at the American Educational Research Association

    Ximena Suarez-Sousa, Assistant Professor in the School of Teaching and Learning, and Boyd Bradbury, Interim Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia last week. The presentation was entitled “The Impact of Testing Variables on Math Performance among Native American Students from the [...]

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