Meet Kaelene Arvidson, MSUM’s new grant administrator. Believing grants are the wings that give flight to the best of our dreams, Kaelene strengthens MSUM’s capacity to receive project funding.
Q: What drew you to MSUM?
A: MSUM feels real. The individuals here are authentic, exceptionally warm, and strive each day to achieve the mission statement.
Q: How do you prefer to start your work day?
A: I love to start my day with a morning run and a cup of coffee.
Q: What energizes you at work?
A: My new colleagues and the students are the glow of my day.
Q: What book are you currently reading?
A: The Hidden Injuries of Class by Jonathan Cobb and Richard Sennett
Q: What’s one thing most people don’t know about you?
A: I have a deep passion for working and interacting with international students.
Q: What is the best advice you have received?
A: Follow your nose. Do what truly calls you, even if it means failing to perform for others.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily, Kaelene!
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