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Ryan Brumwell: Sparking Change in Special Education

Special education graduate student Ryan Brumwell will speak at MSU Moorhead's 26th Annual Student Academic Conference about the burnout of special education professionals and possible solutions.

Tackling PSEO Obstacles

Jered Pigeon, Director of MSUM’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, was awarded a Minnesota Office of Higher Education grant to help students like Varoon Khalil shine in higher education.

AI in Healthcare Means Better Patient Care and Outcomes

Two MSU Moorhead professors and a Moorhead middle-school student work together to expedite the AI adoption process in healthcare to improve outcomes for patients.

A Piece of the Ocean: The MSUM Oceanarium's Metamorphosis

From a visionary school trip to community partnerships, MSUM's Oceanarium continues to embrace growth and change.

MSUM Doctoral student presents research on first-generation student retention

David Wolff, a Doctorate student in the educational leadership program, presented his graduate dissertation, “Retaining First-Generation College Students: Faculty and Staff Perceptions,” at this year's Student Academic Conference.

MSUM students submit research to NASA

Students Mara DeRung, Emily Watson and Tanner Weyer gathered research for NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission. 

When Force is a Precondition of Police-Citizen Encounters

MSUM names sociology and criminal justice professor, Joel Powell Dahlquist, the 2022-2023 Roland & Beth Dille Distinguished Faculty Lecturer for his work on identifying critical junctures at which police officers can de-escalate situations. 

Faculty, staff innovation rewarded with Minnesota State grants

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.

Using physics skills to curb crime

In his last semester, Lucas Clark Burnette joined the Moorhead Police Department as a data analyst intern to evaluate crime trends in his community. 

Soaring Research Leads to National Honor

MaryJo Nelson, ecology and film major, received the Goldwater Scholarship for her research and continues to combine her passion for science and film in nontraditional ways. 

Graduate counseling student presents workplace mobbing research at SAC

MSUM graduate student Oksana Bihun hopes to shed light on a misunderstood and relatively unknown issue at the 24th Annual Student Academic Conference (SAC): workplace mobbing. 

Physics alumna to share continuing research in SAC keynote address

Working in research is all about sharing your experience with others. Dr. Heather Cegla (they/them) is doing just that by engaging with students as the keynote speaker for the 24th Annual Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference (SAC).