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MSUM—in collaboration with the North Dakota Association of Gifted Children (NDAGC)—created the MSUM x TAG program, a project-based learning experience created for exceptional learners.
Several MSUM faculty and staff members’ innovative ideas were chosen as finalists to receive funding for projects based around diversity, equity and inclusion. These projects included small seed (up to $10,000) and large seed ($25,000) categories.
Meet Steve Sjoberg, MSUM’s new director of Foundation marketing & communications. He provides leadership for the MSUM Foundation team to keep in touch with our alumni.
Andy Maus, director and CEO of Fargo’s Plains Art Museum, addressed 2022 graduates at MSUM. He earned his bachelor’s degree in studio art in 2002 and his master’s in public, human service and health administration in 2011.
Rolland Elendu uses the skills he honed as a computer science graduate to champion a unique and environmentally-friendly Fargo business.
It's nearly guaranteed a meeting with Heather Soleim and Sarah Jegela will garner a chuckle or two, but you may not know the registrar and associate registrar have a rich history.
Dragon alumni will soon have a place of their own. A groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited MSUM Alumni Center will be in April 2022. In addition to serving as the anchor for alumni returning to campus, the center will provide space for students and community members to interact.