Art alumnus (’12) credits his approach to painting instructors at MSUM. By Kris Kerzman on Mar 2, 2015 at 6:52 a.m. The people you see in Micah Koosmann’s paintings are not people as you see them in everyday life. Instead, Koosmann’s dark, richly stylized paintings portray the personalities that lie under those everyday perceptions, laying […]
February 25, 2015 | INFORUM Brick by brick, the Hebron Brick Co. built itself up from humble beginnings in Hebron, N.D., to the Fargo-based multifaceted multistate company that it is today. The company, which is more than 100 years old, does a lot more than brick, but its signature products can be found in buildings […]
MSUM adjunct professor, alumna and WDAY news anchor, Kerstin Kealy, went live from the White House lawn this morning on First News. Click to hear about her historic meeting with President Obama later today http://ow.ly/JG1rn. WDAY’s Kerstin Kealy to interview President Obama in sit-down at White House By Adrian Glass-Moore The Forum of Fargo-MoorheadFARGO, N.D. […]
Seven School Psychology graduate students and faculty member, Peg Potter, recently attended the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in Orlando, Florida. Second year graduate student Sean Soehren did a verbal presentation of his Master’s project: “Evidence-based Compilation Intervention Designed to Increase Classroom Compliance” while third year student Matt Steinborn did […]
The High Divide published last September Minnesota State University Moorhead English Professor and novelist Lin Enger will read from his work at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19 in the university’s Livingston Library Porch. The free reading is part of the Tom McGrath Visiting Writers Series. The High Divide was published by Algonquin in September 2014. […]
Imagine an event where make-up artists wait in the restrooms to refresh your “look,” where champagne flows like water, where the entrances and exits of A-list celebrities are choreographed to the second by dead-serious backstage workers with “walkies,” and where Oprah Winfrey personally compliments you on your necklace. For MSUM alum Rachael Goers, that was […]
MSUM Economics alumnus Tanner McCarty ’12 continues to excel as a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. McCarty co-authored the article, “Uncertainty, Irreversibility, and Investment in Second-Generation Biofuels” with Dr. Juan Sesmero. Their research findings were published in the journal, Bioenergy Research, in November 2014.
Jeremy Johnson, MSUM graduate in economics and national sales director of Myriad Mobile, was featured in the Fargo Forum. Myriad Mobile is developing a cellphone app for MSUM to allow students to view an events calendar, campus directory, and individual information. Full article can be viewed here.
By Danielle Rebel Every child dreams of what they want to be when they grow up. For some, it’s a firefighter; for others, a ballerina. Still others dream of being doctors, lawyers, or basketball stars. Ken Jaeger dreamed of helping the poor. Jaeger, a ’83 community health graduate and 2014 distinguished alumnus, was inspired to […]
Shannon Luney, one of our GCOM grads was featured on the cover of the latest High Plains Reader. MSUM instructor Alex Fogarty taught the first class in Fall 014. Girl Develop It provides women with the tools to develop software by Amy Borgman December 3rd, 2014 Shannon Luney and Megan Beck are the co-leaders of […]