Fargo City Commission votes to approve $10,000 for Brad Bachmeier’s brick sculpture proposal as its first Public Art Project. Bachmeier’s proposal is to create a whimsical interactive playground feature with seating elements as a centerpiece for the new Madison Skate/Bike Park in North Fargo. This Brick Sculpture will be designed by ceramic artist Brad Bachmeier and […]
The following faculty and student research was presented at the annual Speech Language Hearing Association conference in Denver, CO Nov. 12-14, 2015. Graduate students Jen DeBlieck and Nicole McAleer and SLHS faculty Nancy Paul and Elaine Pyle presented: Entry-Level SLPs’ Perceptions of Effectiveness of Graduate School Education: A National Study. This study was designed and […]
Dr. Gates posted an article titled “Encouraging Teacher Candidates to Integrate Research into Instruction” in Literacy Daily. The article is displayed on the International Literacy Association’s website. The document displays a signature assignment that was created for teacher candidates and explains why it is necessary for new teachers to integrate research into current practice.
Drs. Layna Cole and Erin Gillett, School of Teaching and Learning, along with June Reineke, Director of the Winona State University Children’s Center, gave a presentation at the Minnesota Rural Education Association annual conference. Their session, titled “Minnesota’s Early Childhood Landscape: Lessons and Opportunities,” explored the challenges and opportunities in creating alignment among various state […]
Terrie Manno was the invited guest artist for the Oklahoma Baptist University 2015 Keyboard Academy (November 8 – 14). She completed a week-long residency during which she taught several piano courses, gave master classes, and performed a duo piano recital with Dr. Michael Dean. Their program featured music by Rachmaninoff, d’Indy, Dvorak, Joplin, and John […]
Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Doing Business in China Program has been named a winner of the 2015 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs Awards for Innovation in Global Education. The award recognizes the creative and high impact practices of faculty and staff that increase students’ understanding of the growing interdependence of nations […]
Dr. David Paul, Counseling and Student Affairs, recently participated in a workshop for undergraduates interested in Counseling and Student Affairs graduate programs at the University of Iowa’s Student Affairs Conference. The panel presentation session was titled “Job Search and Interview Etiquette”. Karen Mehnert-Meland, current Interim Director of Public Safety, recently received the CNSA Alumni Achievement […]
Raymond Rea’s (School of Media Arts and Design) recent experimental documentary, The Album, has screened widely including MIX NYC, The San Francisco Int. LGBT Film Festival, Minneapolis/St Paul Int. Film Festival, the Austin GLBT Film Festival, the Phoenix Theatre (Minneapolis), The Athens Film Festival, the South Dakota Film Festival, and the Fargo Film Festival
Brad Bachmeier’s ceramic work “Badlands” is awarded Best of Show at the Watermark Art Center’s national juried exhibit running Nov. 6 – Dec. 19th. The exhibit features 44 works and entries from 15 states across the country. Read more.
Peter Geib and Jim Swenson, Paseka School of Business, will present a paper at the annual conference of the National Business and Economic Society in March 2016. The title of the paper is “China: Bubble-Up Innovation.”