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  • ‘Undergraduate Economic Review’ Selects Veillette’s Health Care Economics Research for Publication

    Marie Veillette, December 2015 MSUM graduate, received notification that a paper she wrote as an undergraduate will be published in an upcoming issue of the “Undergraduate Economic Review.”  “The value of life: Explaining high spending on end-of-life care,” was developed as part of an Issues in Health Care Economics course taught by Dr. T. J. […]

    Horizon Teacher of the Year Considers Herself a Facilitator of Education

    Molly Engstrom believes education is a lifelong adventure. “I believe everyone we encounter and all our experiences are a part of our education,” Engstrom said. “I believe everyone can learn.” Engstrom, who has taught special education at Horizon Middle School for 13 years, has been named the 2016 Horizon Teacher of the Year.  “I also […]

    Honors Program Scholarships Awarded

    The Honors Program is pleased to announce that four students have been selected to receive new Honors Program Scholarships for 2016-17. The Henry and Carol Raff-Stevenson Scholarship is awarded to Alexis Schmitz (Psychology) and Aleta Sanford (Business). The John Chisholm Endowed Scholarship is awarded to Shannon Galegher (Biology). The Honors Alumni Scholarship is awarded to […]

    Piano Student Wins F-M Area Collegiate Piano Competition

    Junior music major Coen Hakeboom has been awarded the Dorothy Sewall Hector Scholarship. This piano competition is held every spring and is open to all undergraduate piano students in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Coen is a student of Dr. Terrie Manno.

    College for Kids & Teens Awarded Lake Region Arts Council Grant

    MSUM College for Kids & Teens has been awarded $15,000 in grant support from Lake Region Arts Council (LRAC) for Summer 2016. This is the fifth year in a row that the program has applied for and been awarded money from LRAC to support their K-12 courses in the arts. The majority of the money, […]

    Hendrix Clinic Awarded Grant

    Hendrix Clinic and Counseling Center was awarded a $37,000 grant from the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy. This clinical workflow integration grant will be used to incorporate statewide pharmacy databases into the clinic’s current electronic medical records system. This will allow clinic prescribers and the pharmacist to provide a more seamless process for students when prescriptive […]

    4 MSUM Students Awarded by Penny Program

    The Penny Program award winners have been chosen for the spring of 2016, and four MSUM students were selected. Timothy J. Penny Federal Public Service Fellowship: Courtney O’Reilly, a student at Minnesota State University Moorhead, has been chosen as the Spring Penny Fellow. Courtney is studying political science with a public relations minor. Among numerous […]

    Congratulations to YWCA Women of the Year Winners, Nominees

    Congratulations to all of the MSUM alumnae, faculty and staff nominated as YWCA Cass Clay Women of the Year! Alumna Tonya Stende, Dale Carnegie North Dakota President, was named YWCA Woman of the Year for Community and Volunteer Service, and alumna Michelle Weber, Principal at Liberty Middle School, was named YWCA Woman of the Year […]

    MSUM Paralegal Program receives American Bar Association reapproval

    MSUM’s Paralegal program has been granted Re-Approval by the American Bar Association (ABA), and has earned the credential continuously since initial approval in 1995. ABA approval is granted to only 78 of the educational programs offering a four–year paralegal degree. MSUM is one of the few ABA-approved four-year programs in the tri-state area, including four in […]

    MSUM Graduate Programs included in U.S. News & World Report rankings

    Several of MSUM’s graduate programs were named in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs rankings announced Jan. 12. MSUM’s Online Graduate Education Programs were ranked 120 based on the following categories: student engagement (35%), student services and technology (20%), admissions selectivity (15%), faculty credentials and training (15%) and peer reputation (15%). […]

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