Diane Wolter’s presentation “Emerging Adults in College” placed second in the voting for “Best of Conference” at the Minnesota College Personnel Association annual meeting in Brooklyn Center.
Film Professor, Filmmaker is MSUM’s 11th CASE Professor of the Year View an interview with Kyja here. The art of filmmaking balances the big picture against the small picture details, said Minnesota State University Moorhead film studies Professor Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson. That harmony is also central to the teaching and learning process, a balance Kristjansson-Nelson manages […]
By Grace Lyden on Nov 19, 2014 at 11:47 p.m. MOORHEAD, Minn. – A film professor at Minnesota State University Moorhead became the school’s 11th Minnesota Professor of the Year on Thursday. Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson, 35, has been on MSUM’s faculty since 2006 and will receive the award today in Washington, D.C. The Professors of the […]
Steve Grineski, STL, recently had a paper published in the Critical Questions in Education Special Issue, At the Crossroads of Policy and Poverty: A Critical Look at Homelessness, Youth, and Education. The paper is titled, “The multi-dimensional lives of children who are homeless”
Long-time Minnesota State University Moorhead head athletic trainer Andrea “Andy” Scott was named the Head Athletic Trainer of the Year for Division II by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) at their annual meeting last summer. NATA recognizes one athletic trainer for exceptional performance in each of the following collegiate divisions: NCAA D1, NCAA D2, […]
Amy Sannes, director of MSUM’s Academic Support Center, recently chaired the annual conference for NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising. This year’s annual event was held Oct. 8-11 in Minneapolis. In order to attract attendees from across the globe, Juan Reyes, the unit marketing coordinator for MSUM Dining Services, created a “Minnesota Style” video. […]
Dr. Jeremy Carney presented on “Professional Ethics and Social Media” at the Minnesota Social Services Association conference on September 24th. The presentation focused on the ethical challenges social media presents for human service professionals and possible best practice strategies in both professional and person use.
Lin Enger, English, has published his second novel, “The High Divide,” and will be having a reading and book signing at Zandbroz Variety, 420 Broadway, Fargo, tonight at 7 p.m. “The High Divide” follows the Pope family of Minnesota on their journey toward finding their father, Ulysses Pope, after he leaves to supposedly find work […]
By Kris Kerzman on Sep 21, 2014 at 10:43 p.m. MOORHEAD – Lin Enger had just gotten off the phone with a reviewer of his new book, “The High Divide.” It wasn’t the kind of reviewer you might expect. Instead, it was an acquaintance who lent him some ladders and helped him with the daunting […]
Having just received the recording of his commissioned piece “Unbridled Joy” on the CD “Collaborations” by trombonist Nat Dickey, Associate Professor of Music Allen Carter has been contacted by Italian trumpet virtuoso Andrea Tofanelli to write a piece that will be premiered at the upcoming International Trumpet Guild conference in May of 2015. This will […]