MaSU Collegiate DECA students compete on international stage
Fifteen MaSU Collegiate DECA students participated in the International Career Development Conference in Washington, D.C. April 22-27. Several were recognized for their individual performance, and the chapter as a whole received high commendations. The annual conference provides an opportunity for national and international students to compete against each other in business-specific events.
MaSU teacher education students collaborate with South Carolina scholar and students
Dr. Omari Dyson, visiting scholar from South Carolina State University, was at MaSU April 22-25 engaging teacher education students and faculty through the lens of his own experiences as an assistant professor of education at a historically black college. In an ongoing project, Dr. Dyson’s SCSU students and MaSU teacher education students collaborate via Skype and other interactive technology.
Senator Hoeven MaSU commencement speaker, recipient of Distinguished Service Award
U.S. Senator John Hoeven delivered the May 17 commencement address at MaSU, and received the MaSU Distinguished Service Award. In celebration of MaSU’s 125th anniversary and the institution’s Scandinavian roots, MaSU teamed up with the local Sons of Norway Lodge to host a reception. May 17 is Norwegian Constitution Day, or Syttende Mai. Dressed in traditional Norwegian costumes, Sons of Norway members served Scandinavian treats.