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Mental health professional scarcity spurs creative solutions

Laura Odgren earns her Specialist in School Psychology in a creative partnership through MSUM and schools.

A Local Hero: Dr. Stacey Benson '90

Stacey Benson ('90) has received one of MSUM's 2023 Distinguished Alumni awards.

MSUM awarded $6.7 million to address mental health needs

Professional help is on the way to PK-12 schools struggling to fill mental health vacancies, thanks to a five-year grant.

Finding Solutions by Helping the Forgotten

Miranda Bernier found her passion at MSUM and has become a school psychologist, making a difference in kids lives everyday.

MSUM continues legacy of serving high-need schools

MSUM is proud to be in partnership with Project Infuse. The program's mission is to provide equitable and culturally informed mental health services within high-need pre-K-12 schools through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Celebrating Dragon Veterans 2021 – Amy Leupp

Amy Leupp served four years in the U.S. Airforce station in a Combat Comm unit, which required staying under 24-hour deployment notice.

MSUM Alumni Operate Successful Moving Business

Midwest West Moving Company was started four years ago by three former MSUM Dragons.

School psychology graduate student affirms visual cues and reinforcement are key to student success

When school psychology graduate student Elli Stevenson’s educational experience turned upside down last March 2020, she moved back home to Hayti, S.D., where she lived with her parents and four younger siblings. At the time, she was developing her graduate project around a behavior intervention at a Moorhead school.

My MSUM Story: Alexandra Gallagher

Alex Gallagher knew from the positive experience on her campus tour and Preview Day she would succeed academically, personally and professionally at Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Art Student Leads Club for Kids Amidst COVID-19

Churches United for the Homeless’ weekly Art Club for kids has become a COVID-19 success story thanks to MSUM senior art education and psychology student, Paige Busby.

Transforming Students

MSUM professors Dr. Mary Dosch and Dr. David Paul guided 12 MSUM students, all women, on a service learning trip to the Dominican Republic to work with young girls at the Mariposa Foundation.

Providing Hope a Reality

These MSUM alumni and faculty, although from varied backgrounds with different degrees and career fields, all conduct research across the world. Their association with MSUM has shaped their careers.