MaSU students in Belize for study abroad experience
Nine MaSU students and their faculty advisor are in Belize from May 14-28 as part of the “International Perspectives in Health” course. The group is fully immersed in the culture and living with local families. They’re sharing their health education projects and providing health screenings and community service, helping to build nurseries and greenhouses.
Multicultural showcase held
The MaSU Office of Diversity and Inclusion coordinated a day-long multicultural showcase April 28. Activities included a study abroad showcase, swing dance lessons, a Japanese etiquette class, and an international dinner served in the cafeteria. The finale for the day was a performance by the Ballet Folklorico Mexico Azteca, along with MaSU students.
MaSU employees recognized for years of service, retirements
MaSU’s annual employee recognition banquet held April 6 was a tribute to the employees for their work and commitment to the university. Retirees Karen Amundson, Steve Bensen, and Craig Bye were honored, as were employees who had reached 40, 35, 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, and 5 years of service milestones. A total of 555 years of service was celebrated.