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Pulsar: Combining Science and Art

For Abigail Bormann, working at the MSUM planetarium was a way to lift up her love for both science and the humanities.

The 2022 graduate earned her degree in chemistry. During her time at MSUM. she started working at the planetarium as an honors apprentice.

Planetarium Job Leads To NASA Career

2022 marks the MSUM Planetarium's 50th anniversary. After a half century of inspiring a curiosity in what exists beyond our sky, the people behind the Planetarium honor its significant milestone by sharing the historical orbit of this community asset.

A Chemistry Degree Twice as Valuable

Charlie Lien ’22 is the first graduate of a dual degree program in chemical engineering thanks to a partnership between MSUM and UND.

Distinguished alumnus to share his Dragon pride in SAC keynote address

Tomi Sawyer will be a keynote speaker at the 23rd Annual Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference (SAC).

Distinguished Scientist Inspires Next Generation of Researchers

Tomi Sawyer invented a molecule that ultimately became a drug approved to treat a rare but debilitating disease affecting skin pigmentation.

Virus Hunters

MSUM junior Anna Madsen became an expert on one virus two years ago during a first-year course.

Meet Dr. Craig Jasperse

Dr. Craig Jasperse's flexible, asynchronous courses will help you master organic chemistry content in a way that meets you where you're at.

MSUM Ed.D Grad Works to Address Critical Teacher Shortage

When schools in the region began holding classes online earlier this year, Tonya Greywind embraced it as another day in the classroom.

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.

Coming Home

Although their reasons for returning vary, the alumni who “come home” recognize the potential of the community and take pride in the home of their alma mater.