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Speech language pathology students offer hearing screenings to community

Connecting with the local community helps speech-language pathology graduate students refine their skills while providing needed services.

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.

Meet MSUM's Graduate Program Coordinators

Get to know the MSUM graduate program coordinators! They are crucial in supporting students' professional and academic goals while pursuing their graduate degrees.

Mental health professional scarcity spurs creative solutions

Laura Odgren earns her Specialist in School Psychology in a creative partnership through MSUM and schools.

Mastering first-generation education

Jonathan Heiberg is pursuing his MHA as a first-generation college student.

Inspiring Future Healthcare Leaders

The three degrees assistant professor Heather Winkler has earned from MSUM have allowed her to pursue her dream career of educating future healthcare leaders.

MSUM awarded $6.7 million to address mental health needs

Professional help is on the way to PK-12 schools struggling to fill mental health vacancies, thanks to a five-year grant.

Finding Solutions by Helping the Forgotten

Miranda Bernier found her passion at MSUM and has become a school psychologist, making a difference in kids lives everyday.

Rethinking Admissions: Maybe ‘fit’ is not the answer

Director of Graduate Studies Maya Sosa Machado, PhD, shares what MSUM graduate studies looks for in candidates and discusses what has changed in recent years. It has become less about finding the perfect "fit" and more about finding unique voices and new perspectives.

Professional, personal growth motivate MSUM's first Master of Social Work cohort

MSUM welcomes its first Master of Social Work cohort, with students working to advance in their licensure, increase their earning potential, expand their skillsets, and even teach the next generation of social workers.

MSUM continues legacy of serving high-need schools

MSUM is proud to be in partnership with Project Infuse. The program's mission is to provide equitable and culturally informed mental health services within high-need pre-K-12 schools through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Accelerated Programs Offer Students More Options

Over winter break, around 300 participants took advantage of MSUM's first-ever winter term. Students were able to take an online course at an accelerated fashion to get ahead of their degrees and lighten their course load during the academic year.