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MSUM Office of the President campus news, updates and media coverage.

  • Finance students get hands-on leadership lessons at Global Leadership Summit
    In business, the connections and experiences outside the classroom are as critical as the material learned. Students need to connect with others help build relationships and apply class material in a real-world setting. In February, Ellie Fischer and Kristin Meyer, both senior finance students at MSU Moorhead, represented the Paseka School of Business in Washington D.C., at the Beta Gamma […]
  • Third consecutive Dragon named MN state DECA president
    Sophia Smith is named the 2024-2025 MN state DECA president. Sophia is a junior majoring in finance and the third consecutive Dragon named president. She often competes outside of her major during competitions to grow skills that will allow her to prosper in her field. DECA is open to anyone and is a great way to build a resume and […]
  • Art Education students attend National Conference
    The Art Education Student Organization applied for and received over $8,000 to cover travel and registration costs to attend the National Art Education Association annual convention held in Minneapolis, April 4th-6th. Twenty-eight undergraduate students were able to attend the conference, the world’s largest professional development opportunity for art teachers featuring over 600 sessions. MSUM’s contingent of 28 students was the […]
  • Campus News Named Best College News Magazine by SPJ, Wins 1st Place in Eric Sevareid Awards, Crystal Pillar in Student NATAS Awards
    MSU Moorhead’s Campus News newscast has been honored by three different journalism organizations. The Society of Professional Journalists named Campus News as the winner in the student news magazine category in its annual Mark of Excellence Region 6 Awards. The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence Awards for Region 6 includes colleges and universities in the states of […]
  • Jonas Baune’s Economic Research to be Published in Issues in Political Economy Journal
    Economics alumnus, Jonas Baune, will join a select group of undergraduate researchers’ analyses featured in Issues in Political Economy in 2024. His research, “Determinants of Food Insecurity in Africa: A Panel and Multi-Level Analysis,” recognizes that food insecurity varies across a spectrum ranging from mild to severe nutritional impacts. Using an econometric model, Baune investigates the influence of global and local variables […]

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