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  • Student Conor Lee, jazz studies, receives Career Development Grant

    Jazz Studies student Conor Lee received a Career Development Grant from the Lake Region Arts Council. Lee will use the grant to learn two music composition and editing software programs. Lee works with various styles of rock/pop, jazz, and folk music. He’s written arrangements for various ensembles and has also written and recorded original music [...]

    Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy and Sustainability Students Contribute to the Success of FEMMSS5, an international conference

    Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy and Sustainability students contribute to the success of the conference Science, Technology and Gender:  Challenges and Opportunities, held by the Association for FEMMSS (Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies) hosted at The University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario Canada, August 10-13, 2014. Kate Lucero and Whitney Oxendahl,  along with faculty [...]

    Another Bohl emerges as defensive leader for Dragons

    By Eric Peterson on Aug 14, 2014 at 11:44 p.m. MOORHEAD – When Aaron Bohl decided to play football at Minnesota State Moorhead a few years ago, he viewed having his dad nearby as a bonus. That’s why Aaron took it in stride when his father, Craig Bohl, left North Dakota State after last season [...]

    MSUM student presented work at University of Kansas Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session

    MSUM student Constance Anderson was one of the presenters who attended and  presented work as part of the University of Kansas Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session, which took place July 25. One hundred students from 48 colleges and universities from 27 states and abroad participated in the event, which is co-sponsored by the Center for [...]

    Club Baseball Team Places Nationally

    MSUM Dragon Baseball Club attends Division II World Series By Danielle Rebel It was a year of firsts for the MSUM Dragon Baseball Club. The Dragons made it to the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) Division II World Series after placing first in the District V Tournament. According to the Week 24 Division II National [...]

    Student journalists, broadcasters bring home honors

    Fifteen students and two mass communications classes took home 25 awards at the 2014 North Dakota Professional Communicators (NDPC) College Communications Contest, held on May 9. The NDPC contest is devoted to the advancement of student communicators by recognizing their work in communications throughout the year. A total of 85 awards were presented in 34 [...]

    MSUM chemistry major Connie Anderson selected as a Chemistry Ambassador

    MSUM Chemistry major Connie Anderson was selected as a Chemistry Ambassador for her work on active chemical demonstration display cases. The Chemistry Ambassadors program is sponsored by the American Chemical Society. Connie was selected and interviewed at the 247th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in Dallas, and her work is highlighted in a [...]

    Biosciences faculty and undergraduates publish paper in international peer-reviewed journal Hydrobiologia

    Brian Wisenden, Dan McEwen, Bee Wisenden and Ellen Brisch, Biosciences faculty, and Tony Stumbo, Pat Self, Biosciences Undergraduates, have published a paper in the international peer-reviewed journal Hydrobiologia, entitled “Co-evolution of offspring antipredator competence and parental brood defense in convict cichlids”. This paper is the culmination of 20 years of research from field sites in [...]

    Moorhead student graduating after doctors said she probably wouldn’t

    By: Kevin Wallevand, WDAY Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) – When students at MSUM walk across the stage to receive their diplomas in a few days it will be a celebration for all and a special victory for one. View the video here. We first met Kayla Dumas in 2007. She had survived a terrible car [...]

    MSUM student reflects on journey from refugee to college graduate

    By: By Merrie Sue Holtan, Variety contributor, INFORUM MOORHEAD – Dalila Nurkic has no idea what she looked like as a baby. The 22-year-old has no baby pictures or mementos from early childhood. Dalila has no memory of enemy soldiers taking over their family home in Gracac, Bosnia, on Aug. 7, 1993. During that time, [...]

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