Adam Goyt, Mathematics, organized a Special Session on Enumerative Combinatorics and Graph Theoretic Applications at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society at Loyola University in Chicago this past weekend.
When the streak began, Lyndon Johnson was president. Postage stamps cost $.05. The top grossing movie in the United States was The Graduate. And it was the year of the first Super Bowl. Larry Scott worked his first Minnesota State University Moorhead football game in 1967. He hasn’t missed a game since. On Saturday at […]
Sheila K. Marquardt, School of Teaching and Learning, along with a local teacher, Kelsy Jenkins, facilitated an interactive workshop entitled, “Creating With: New Possibilities in the Future of Pre-Service Teacher Field Experiences” at the National Association of Multicultural Education. They also conducted a symposium session entitled, “The Individual Within Community: A Teacher Ed/Alternative Student Collaboration” about the partnership projects between […]
Last spring semester Meghan Duda’s husband and creative partner Regin Schwaen [Associate Professor of Architecture at NDSU] was invited to participate in a 50 year anniversary celebration at his alma mater, Aarhus School of Architecture. The event, titled JUBILÆUMSUDSTILLING, features 50 films by 50 architects, including alumni and other influential architects in the school’s history. […]
Claudia Gates, School of Teaching and Learning, shared the content of a presentation titled “Familiar Unfamiliar: Teaching Students of Color to Use Familiar Organizers to Navigate Unfamiliar Information” at the 2015 National Black Families, Black Relationships, and Black Sexuality Conference in Philadelphia. Gates discussed how The Critical Race Theory influences the educational process and inequalities […]
David Tack, School of Teaching and Learning, was the keynote speaker and led two breakout sessions last Friday at the Southwest Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs conference. The sessions focused on Tack’s research on creating community within learning environments, and was attended by over 60 teachers and administrators.
Steve Hoffbeck, History Department, author of the book “The Haymakers: A Chronicle of Five Farm Families,” will talk about the stories behind his book at the Frazee Library LINK Site Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Hoffbeck will also be at Lake Agassiz Regional Library’s (LARL) Mahnomen LINK Site, Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 2:00 to […]
Kim Mollberg, Paseka School of Business, had an article titled “Property-Related Litigation Costs Held Includible in Home Office Deduction” published in the October 2015 edition of Journal of Accountancy, the flagship publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Published continuously since 1905, the Journal of Accountancy (with 388,000 paid subscriptions) reaches more financial decision […]
Associate Professor of Sculpture Chris Walla and MSUM alumna Naomi Schliesman are displaying a conjoined art show, entitled Together, at the Rourke Art Museum in Moorhead. The opening, which is free to the public, takes place tonight from 5 – 7 p.m. The show will be housed at the museum until November 1. The art […]
Dr. Elizabeth Nawrot, Professor of Psychology and Honors Program Director, will be honored as the recipient of the 2015/2016 Dille Faculty Lecturer of the Year Award on Thursday October 8th at 4:30 p.m. in Langseth Hall 118. Dr. Nawrot will be presenting “The Thinking Baby: Developmental Science Beyond the Blank Slate” http://www.mnstate.edu/academicaffairs/