Swedish journalist discovers North Dakota at Minot State

November 18, 2014

Swedish journalist discovers North Dakota

Therese Larsson Hultin, chief foreign analyst at Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden’s top daily newspapers, visited the Minot region Oct. 26-30. Currently a 2014 Transatlantic Media Fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., Hultin investigated the Bakken oil patch and discussed media careers with high school and Minot State University students. The Minot Area Council for International Visitors developed local programming for her.

MiSU offers Northern Lights Film Series

With a grant from the North Dakota Humanities Council, Minot State University’s Department of Foreign Language rechristened its international film series, the Northern Lights Film Series. The grant allowed the department to screen films in the Global Lens Film Series, which is most often hosted at museums and art centers, according to Scott Sigel, assistant professor of Spanish. The film series was open to the community, allowing attendees to experience other points of view by seeing and discussing movies from many different countries and cultures.

Robert Hubbard inducted into MiSU Academic Hall of Fame

Robert Hubbard, professor of theatre and speech at Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, was inducted into Minot State University’s Academic Hall of Fame.

While a Minot State student, Hubbard participated actively as an actor, experimented in direction and developed his playwriting skills; he received a bachelor’s degree in communication arts and English in 1991. He continued on to complete master’s and doctoral degrees in theatre at Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

The MSU Faculty Senate chose Hubbard from faculty and community nominations to represent outstanding career achievements by MSU alumni.