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  • Paul Appointed to Fargo-Moorhead Pride Collective Board of Directors

    Dr. David Paul, Counseling and Student Affairs program, has been appointed to the Board of Directors at the Fargo-Moorhead Pride Collective. Dr. Paul was nominated by faculty and students at MSUM.  The Mission of the Pride Collective is to: To further the social and physical well-being and development of the LGBTQ+ community of the Fargo-Moorhead […]

    Sillerud Admitted to American Nurses Advocacy Institute Fellowship Program

    Brandi Sillerud, DNP, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, assistant professor and MHA graduate program coordinator in the School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership, was admitted to the American Nurses Advocacy Institute Fellowship program.  The program is sponsored by the American Nurses Association. The Minnesota Organization of Retired Nurses recommended Sillerud’s admission to the program representing Minnesota. She was […]

    Employee Excellence Award Winners

    Yesterday, employees were recognized with MSUM’s annual Employee Excellence Awards. Please join us in congratulating the following employees: Excellence in Service to Students Alex Fogarty, Assistant Professor, School of Media, Arts & Design Culture Champion Faculty involved in the anti-bullying initiative/training (Sherry Short, Dr. Laurie Blunsom, Dr. Annette Morrow, Ricky Greenwell, Dr. Andrew Chen, Alexandria Fogarty, […]

    Dalan, Wallace Participate in ArcheoBlitz

    Rinita Dalan (Anthropology & Earth Science) and Rebecca Wallace (Geoarchaeology major) participated in an “ArcheoBlitz” May 5-7 at the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site (KNRI), North Dakota. This event, part of the National Park Service Centennial, built on a BioBlitz model that has been used to gather natural resources information and engage the […]

    Severson Completes Quality Matters Courses

    Dr. Sue Severson, School of Teaching and Learning has completed two Quality Matters Courses. Quality Matters is a non-profit organization dedicated to quality assurance in online education. The two courses completed were Applying the QM Rubrics and Improving Your Online Course.

    Sinner Founding Member of Cone Pack

    Professor Kelli Sinner is a founding member of Cone Pack, a new FM area artist collective. Cone Pack’s inaugural event, “Mug Market” will take place on Saturday, May 14 in partnership with 20 Below Coffee Co. in Fargo. Enjoy Saturday in downtown Fargo with the highest quality coffee and a handcrafted ceramic mug. Each purchase […]

    Brandt Appointed to M State Children’s Health Behavioral Program Advisory Board

    Dr. Camille Brandt has been appointed to the Advisory Board at Minnesota State Community and Technical College’s Children’s Health Behavioral Program.  M State offers a certificate program for entry-level work with children and adolescents experiencing a need for behavioral support within inclusive preschool, school, and community settings. Dr. Brandt will be serving on the board […]

    Lall’s Paper Accepted for Publication in Engineering Management Journal

    Vinod Lall, Paseka School of Business, Om Yadav and Md. Mahabubur Rahaman, North Dakota State University and Bimal Nepal, Texan A&M, had a paper “Lean Implementation and Organizational Transformation: a Literature Review” accepted for publication in Engineering Management Journal (EMJ). EMJ is quarterly journal of the American Society of Engineering Management and has an acceptance […]

    DeSutter, LeMire Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Rural Special Education Quarterly

    Keri DeSutter, School of Teaching and Learning, and Dr. Steve LeMire (Educational Foundations and Research, University of North Dakota) had a manuscript accepted for publication in Rural Special Education Quarterly. The article is titled “Exploring the Special Education versus Regular Education Decisions of Future Teachers in the Rural Midwest.” The article will be published in […]

    Once Upon a Crime Minneapolis Bookstore to Host Luce Women

    Liz Kisacky Severn, English professor, will read from and discuss her novel Luce Women Thursday, May 19, 7-8:30 p.m. at Once Upon a Crime (604 West 26th Street 
Minneapolis, MN 55405). The event is free and open to the public.

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