Transformation's simplest, smallest moments, when exploration turns into discovery, are a key activity at MSUM. Real transformation occurs the moment students discover who they are, what they want to do, how they are going to do it, and why - their reason for being.
MSUM Foundation Stories
When Kevin Hanson walked into Gate City Bank one morning in 1983, he didn’t know if they were hiring. He had graduated with a bachelor’s in finance from MSUM two days prior and opened a phone book just hours before to look for job openings.
Dragon Pride runs deep for Tim and Kathy Peil. Beyond their legacy in the classroom, the Peils impact students by creating a scholarship and making a planned gift through their estate.
Ashley and Christopher Johnson, Ph.D., MSW, established the Gayel Marie Saude Scholarship Fund in 2022. The scholarship provides up to $2,500 annually to support social work students.
Calling All Artists: Red Weather Now Accepting Writing and ArtSubmissions are now open for Red Weather’s 40th print issue. Submit your original work: prose, poetry, visual art. Now accepting videos, sounds, games, music, and more! Open to all MSUM students, faculty staff, and alumni between November 1st and December 16th Submission link: https://redweather.submittable.com/submit
Economic Society hosting employer visit from RDO EquipmentThe Economic Society would like to invite you to its next meeting on Wednesday, October 26th at 5 pm in Center for Business 103. We are hosting MSUM alumnus Keith Steinberg, Director of Data Privacy at RDO in Fargo-Moorhead. Join us to learn about internship and employment opportunities at RDO Equipment!
New Rivers Press and Red Weather Students attend State Book FestivalNew Rivers Press and Red Weather Campus Literary Magazine students attended the 22nd annual Twin Cities Book Festival in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday, October 15th. This event showcases regional presses, academic writing programs, and independent publishers throughout the region. The event was sponsored by literary entity Rain Taxi and was held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
MSUM’s first student newspaper shut down for swearing and ‘mischief making’As Minnesota State University Moorhead celebrates more than 50 years of The Advocate, a look back at its predecessor that ruffled more than a few feathers. By Tracy Briggs, Oct. 5, 2022 MOORHEAD – American student journalists of the late 1960s were an entirely different breed – communicators created from cultural unrest. Surrounded by protests over the Vietnam War, women’s […]
MSUM to honor alumni for professional, community contributionsThree alumni will be honored for significant contributions to their professions and communities by the MSUM Foundation at the NIght of Distinction dinner Thursday, Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. in the CMU ballroom. . Honored with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award are Stacy Broman ’85 and Gary Johnson ’88. Anna Knutson ’13 will receive the 2022 Outstanding Young Alumni Award. […]