Paul Harris, Department of History, Languages, Critical Race, and Women’s Studies, has two recent publications. An entry he wrote on the “American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions” was published in America in the World, 1776 to the Present: A Supplement to the Dictionary of American History, a reference work from Charles Scribner’s Sons. He […]
Kevin Zepper, English, is featured in four live interviews during WDAY’s morning television show, First News. Zepper talks about musician Buddy Holly’s career and the day he was killed in a plane crash. Zepper’s father was a police officer who was working the dance that Holly and his band members were supposed to play at. […]
Juan Cabanela, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, is used to answering questions about astronomy from the public. However, this past week he was interviewed by three different local media organizations on three separate astronomy related issues. On Thursday, January 21 he was interviewed by Jack Sunday on KFGO about evidence for a large ninth planet in […]
Dr. Brandi Sillerud, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership, successfully passed her Board Certification as a Nurse Executive Advanced with the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The mission of the ANCC is to promote excellence in nursing and healthcare globally through credentialing programs and recognizing individual nurses in specialty practice areas. Board […]
Originally published on KFGO – Dr. Barbara Headrick, a popular professor of political science at Minnesota State University-Moorhead, and frequently heard on KFGO, had an AWFUL Christmas Holiday. It all began with a lick from her cat! But, her kitty was still sitting with her when we spoke. While at home in Missouri, she was stricken […]
Dr. David Tack, STL, was invited by the West Fargo Teachers’ Union to present and lead a breakout session with the West Fargo/Fargo Teacher Study Group. The topic of the presentation derives from his current research he is conducting and presenting: “Socioeconomic and Societal Issues that Impact Student Learning and Ways Educators Can Support Student […]
On January 27, Professor Stephen Hamrick, English, discussed Shakespeare on Prairie Public’s Main Street radio show. The Shakespeare discussion has been excerpted from the show and can be found here.
Biosciences faculty Brian Wisenden, Dan McEwen and Ellen Brisch, together with Biosciences undergraduates Tony Stumbo, Kurtis McIntire, Justin Scheierl, Jessica Aasand, Heather North, Janna Gilbertson, Diana Grant, Frantz Joseph, Emily Mammenga and Rachel Walsh had their research manuscript accepted for publication in the international peer-reviewed journal Environmental Biology of Fishes. The title of their paper […]
English Professor Stephen Hamrick invited to appear on Main Street radio show on the Prairie Public network Tuesday 26 January 2016. Professor Hamrick will discuss Shakespeare in preparation for the 2016 WinterArts Fest: ShakespeareFest.
Penn State University Press has just published “Farewell to Visual Studies” based on the debates from a 2011 seminar held at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Stone Art Theory Institutes). The seminar was a critical assessment of the field of visual studies and examined its origins as well as its current scholarship. […]