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When she was a preschool student at MSUM Early Education Center, Jill Mayer once drew a picture of what she wanted to be when she grew up. Her response: a teacher. She graduated from MSUM in December 2020 and worked as a substitute teacher at the EEC until she was offered a fulltime position in August 2021, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the MSUM Early Education Center.
Student teaching is one of the most valuable components of the coursework required for education majors. Jake Hermanson, a 2017 graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, completed part of his student teaching abroad in Vienna, Austria.
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.
As a part of MSUM’s Art Education program, most students enrolled complete an art therapy field experience course. While it’s just a requirement for some, junior Katie Lou Sandberg decided to go further.
Whenever I walk by the writing on the cornerstone of MacLean Hall, “State Teachers College Founded 1887,” I feel a moment of awe and gratitude for being part of an institution with such a rich history of teacher education, right here, at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
April 13 marks an important milestone at Minnesota State University. It was on that date in 1921 that the Minnesota state legislature designated the former Moorhead Normal School as the Moorhead State Teachers College (MSTC).
Shelda Warren has always had a problem sitting still. For nearly 50 years, she poured much of that extra energy into education at MSUM – her own and that of students of all ages.
With COVID-19 vaccine distribution underway, the pandemic’s worst effects seem nearly behind us. Jen Sahr, however, is one of many local educators who are preparing for aftershocks that may continue long after the concerns of physical illness fade away.
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.
The Geib family taught Amie Dexter that family can be defined by more than biological and legal ties. Their relationship spans generations and is the true definition of "Dragon Family."
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.