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Meet Kaelene Arvidson, MSUM’s new grant administrator. Believing grants are the wings that give flight to the best of our dreams, Kaelene strives to strengthen MSUM’s capacity to receive project funding.
Rolland Elendu uses the skills he honed as a computer science graduate to champion a unique and environmentally-friendly Fargo business.
English and Mass Communications student Jonathan Ness's toy photography hobby provides a creative outlet and captures the attention of local news, professors and fellow students alike.
MSUM welcomes Nicole (Nikky) Kirkland as an administrative office specialist to the department of Speech Language Hearing Sciences. In her new position and in her daily life, Nikky strives to help individuals reach their goals.
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.
Meet MSUM’s newest digital marketing specialist, Ty Filley. Ty supports digital marketing efforts for undergraduate and international enrollment, community outreach, the College of Business, Analytics & Communication, the College of Science, Health & the Environment, and other university-wide campaigns.
Dr. Margaret (Peg) Potter, a professor in MSUM’s psychology department, has recently received the Lifetime Achievement award for her dedication to the betterment of school psychology.
Meet Emily Lauinger, one of MSUM’s newest digital marketing specialists. Emily supports digital marketing efforts for undergraduate and graduate enrollment, the MSUM Foundation, the College of Arts & Humanities and the College of Education & Human Services, in addition to university-wide projects.
Meet Fumi Cheever, MSUM’s new director of global engagement. Overseeing international and study abroad students, Fumi hopes to encourage more students to travel and live abroad.
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.