ESPB grants MaSU interim program approval for B.S. degree in special education

December 18, 2014

ESPB grants MaSU interim program approval for B.S. degree in special education

MaSU has received interim program approval from the Education Standards and Practices Board (ESPB) for a B.S. degree in special education. The program is the first undergraduate special education strategist degree available in North Dakota. All core classes within the special education area of study are available online.

Kingsbury selected for Taiwan Research Fellowship

Dr. Aaron Kingsbury, assistant professor of geography and political science at MaSU, has been selected to receive the Taiwan Research Fellowship. During the summer of 2015, he will be fully funded to travel to Taiwan and then conduct an extensive cross-cultural comparative study of the last few centuries of Taiwanese and Japanese viticulture and winemaking.

MaSU hosts HOSA fall leadership conference

MaSU hosted the fall leadership conference of North Dakota’s HOSA-Future Health Professionals (Health Occupation Student Organization) Oct. 23, 2014. Eighty-seven high school students and their advisors from across the state were at MaSU for a day of learning and interacting with others who share an interest in pursuing careers in health.