Meet MSUM’s new Lab Service Specialist in the College of Arts and Humanities, Robert Rachow. He is ready to get to work in the art shop by helping students with their projects and overseeing their safety.
Q: Do you have any previous connections to MSUM?
A: I was a theater major at MSUM, I graduated in 1997.
Q: What drew you to MSUM?
A: I went to school here, so I knew the space and the job sounded interesting because of the variety.
Q: What’s one thing that has surprised you about MSUM
A: I don’t know if it’s a surprise, but I really like the small size of campus. It’s nice that you can walk everywhere.
Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’re working on right now?
A.: I’m getting ready for Fall, making sure everything is in its place. The most interesting thing that I haven’t quite done yet is going to be learning new skills like welding techniques.
Q: How do you prefer to start your workday?
A: By drinking coffee, answering emails and creating a plan for the rest of the day.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily, Robert.
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