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MaryJo Nelson, ecology and film major, received the Goldwater Scholarship for her research and continues to combine her passion for science and film in nontraditional ways.
Andy Maus, director and CEO of Fargo’s Plains Art Museum, addressed 2022 graduates at MSUM. He earned his bachelor’s degree in studio art in 2002 and his master’s in public, human service and health administration in 2011.
Mysha Wenzel received several ADDY awards from the 2022 North Dakota American Advertising Federation's Awards (AAF-ND) show.
Nicholas Loock received several ADDY awards from the 2022 North Dakota American Advertising Federation's (AAF-ND) Awards show.
Meet Adison Jaeger, MSUM’s new course materials manager, in the MSUM Bookstore. He manages everything regarding textbooks and works with faculty to order requested course materials for their classes.
Meet Jacob Nelson, MSUM’s new customer service specialist intermediate in the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. He manages student employees and answers student questions.
President Anne Blackhurst wants to recognize MSUM’s Executive Mentorship Banquet for their focus on what’s really important, which is how our students have been changed by their college experience and how they’ll use their education to make important contributions to their professions and communities.
Steve D. Scheel received the L.B. Hartz Professional Achievement Award because he has created economic opportunities for others through innovation, entrepreneurship and community service.
Meet Kaelene Arvidson, MSUM’s new grant administrator. Believing grants are the wings that give flight to the best of our dreams, Kaelene strives to strengthen MSUM’s capacity to receive project funding.
Rolland Elendu uses the skills he honed as a computer science graduate to champion a unique and environmentally-friendly Fargo business.
English and Mass Communications student Jonathan Ness's toy photography hobby provides a creative outlet and captures the attention of local news, professors and fellow students alike.