Minot State University campus successes

February 23, 2018

English students selected to present at Sigma Tau Delta International Convention

Four MSU students will present their academic and creative works March 21-24 at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The works to be presented include: “Cerebra” by Martina Kranz, “A Lifetime of Races” by DeAndra Miller, “The Dystopian Influence on Postmodern Literature” by Adrianna Varbero, and “Free-Writing, Twofers, and Other Things” by Wyatt Olson.


Science students recognized at regional

Ten Minot State University students along professor Mikhail Bobylev attend the 12th annual Northwest Region Meeting “Undergraduate Research in the Molecular Sciences” event held at Minnesota State University – Moorhead.

The event featured students presenting the results of their research projects in organic chemistry. MSU students recently completed their projects in Bobylev’s lab. As a part of the event, nine students displayed poster presentations, while one made an oral presentation.


Minot State earns Star Volunteers Award

For the third straight year, Minot State University received the Star Volunteers Award from the Roosevelt Park Zoo.

The Star Volunteer Award recognizes businesses who have done over 500 hours of volunteer service at the zoo. MSU earned the designation for 2016 having reached the plateau in 2014 and 2015. Minot State is also on track to reach that level again for 2017, which will be awarded next year.

Minot State, over the past three years, has averaged 575 hours of volunteer work per year.