Meet MSUM’s new director of bands and instrumental music education, Dr. Benjamin Druffel. He is ready to conduct the MSUM wind ensemble and teach courses in music education.
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Thanks to a collaboration between the Women’s Center and the College of Business, Analytics and Communication, five MSUM students had the opportunity to attend their National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) virtually earlier this spring.
Meet MSUM’s new College Lab Service Specialist of the 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.
Gregg recently started an endowed scholarship in his name with the MSUM Foundation and also left an estate gift, ensuring that even after he passes away, students will be helped out financially for years to come.
While it was absolutely clear to me that I desperately missed our students and the energy they bring to our campus, I didn’t fully understand how much I missed my colleagues.
The relationship that mentor builds with their mentee is mutually beneficial. The student gets connected with someone that can give them insight into the reality of the career path they are pursuing.
Abi Skinner graduated from MSUM this past spring with a degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing. During her time at MSUM she participated in the executive mentorship program and was paired with Ariel Hermanson.
MSU Moorhead and Essentia Health-Fargo have announced an exciting partnership to prepare the next generation of nurses. The partnership creates the Essentia Health Center for Nursing on the MSUM campus.
It goes without saying that accreditation is a testament to the quality of the Paseka School of Business faculty and programs, which include accounting, finance, business administration, business analytics, project management and supply chain management.