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  • Elly Lehn, construction management student, accepted to Women’s Construction Leadership Seminar

    Elly Lehn, student majoring in Construction Management, was accepted to the Women’s Construction Leadership Seminar.  This seminar is hosted by Kiewit, one of the largest and most respected construction, mining, and engineering organizations operating in North American and Australia.  Elly is one of the top fifty collegiate female leaders to be chosen to attend this […]

    Student Madeline Murnion’s solo exhibition opens Oct. 9 in downtown gallery

    Madeline Murnion, student at MSUM with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking, has a solo exhibition at the downtown gallery Make Room. The show runs through October, opening reception is on October 9th from 7:00 – 9:00. This opening is free to the public. Murnion’s show features her current relief work in woodcuts. 806 […]

    Student John Fitzer chosen to present metaphysics paper

    John Fitzer, Philosophy major, has been chosen to present his metaphysics paper “Sailing on the High Seas” at the 4th Annual Columbia College Undergraduate Philosophy Conference on Saturday, October 17th in Columbia, Missouri. “Sailing on the High Seas” In a study of identity, Roderick Chisholm (Identity Through Time) and Micheal Loux (Metaphysics: a contemporary introduction) […]

    Dr. Nancy Paul and grad student Priyanka Graten published research article

    Speech-Language Pathology graduate student Priyanka Graten and Dr. Nancy Paul published in the online Ohio Speech-Language-Pathology journal, E-Hearsay. The research article Investigation of Script Training Approach to Aphasia Treatment was published in a scholarly format as well as an aphasia friendly format so persons with aphasia could access the research pertaining to them more easily. […]

    Public views findings of MSUM’s archaeological dig at Buffalo River State Park

    By Katy Wilson Near Glyndon, MN (WDAY/WDAZ TV) – Details of the areas history is being dug up, literally. MSUM Professor George Holley is leading a project that has uncovered bones and tools believed to be more than 8,000 years old. There are more than 700 sites that have been looked at around Buffalo State Park. […]

    KTYD, the Japanese Dance group on campus, performed at Langern Lighting Festival

    KTYD, the Japanese dance group on campus, performed at the Como Park and Conservatory’s Lantern Lighting Festival Aug. 23, 2015. It was also the 60th Anniversary of the sisterhood between Saint Paul and Nagasaki with five dignitaries and the mayor of St. Paul present. “I’m very proud of my group,” Desiree Miller, the president of […]

    The Great Plains Reading Review now online

    The book reviewing service, The Great Plains Reading Review, is now online at gprr.weebly.com. This is their fourth volume, which was first published in 2005. The journal is staffed by MSUM students who write reviews of new books written for children and young adults. MSUM Honor’s student, Taylor Kasprzak, is the Managing Editor and web […]

    MSUM Football’s Miracle Finish Makes #2 on SportsCenter’s Top 10

    Click here to view the play from ESPN’s Twitter profile. It will go down as the most dramatic win in the Steve Laqua coaching era and as one of the most thrilling wins in recent Minnesota State University Moorhead football history. Junior receiver Cory Ambrose hauled in the winning 15-yard touchdown with time expired to […]

    Congratulations to MSUM’s Women’s Rugby team

    Congratulations to MSUM’s Women’s Rugby team on becoming back-to-back defending champions of the All Minnesota Rugby Tournament that was held over last weekend in Elk River, Minnesota. After defeating UW-River Falls 52-0, Luther College 68-0, the College of St. Benedict 58-0, they faced off once again with UW-River Falls in the championship game. The final […]

    Brandau film continues on festival circuit

    School of Media Arts & Design professor Tom Brandau’s latest film, Home Delivery, continues its run on the festival circuit. Set in Baltimore (1974) the dramatic short tells the story of two newspaper delivery boys (one white, one African-American) struggling with the racial divide between their adjacent neighborhoods. The film recently screened at the Minneapolis/St. […]

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