Mayville State University campus successes

May 25, 2018

First MaSU MAT graduates participate in spring commencement

The first graduates of MaSU’s first-ever master’s degree program, the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), participated in the spring commencement ceremony. The online program provides a graduate-level teacher preparation program for non-teaching bachelor’s degree graduates seeking to become licensed teachers in North Dakota, and directly impacts the North Dakota teacher shortage crisis.

 

MaSU Football players clean up Military Honor Garden

Several members of the MaSU football team and their coaches volunteered their time for spring clean-up of the Military Honor Garden located on the grounds of the Larson Alumni and Leadership Center at MaSU. The memorial garden pays tribute to alumni and friends who have served their country as members of the armed forces.

 

MaSU alumni among 2018 North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame inductees

MaSU head baseball coach Scott Berry and Dan Carr, both MaSU alumni, will be inducted into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame in June. Berry is the sixth-winningest active coach in the NAIA and has kept MaSU on the collegiate baseball map for nearly four decades. Carr has coached for 39 years at Linton, N.D., and in 2016, became the winningest coach in North Dakota.