Mayville State alumna Danielle (Garrett) Erickson is following the example set by her Mayville State professors as she follows in their footsteps as a college faculty member. She is an associate professor in the Allied Dental Education Department at North Dakota State College of Science. Danielle uses her Mayville State education and experiences to help her students further their education.
As I write this week’s column, I am enjoying time with Mayville State University alumni and friends in Arizona. I like to call the events that happen during this annual trip south “Mayville State Family Reunions.” At family reunions you remember where you came from and celebrate your heritage, and that is exactly what happens for Mayville State alumni and friends in Arizona in the early days of February each year.
Several Mayville State University student athletes have been named to the Mayville State University Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Fall Semester of 2023. To be named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, a student athlete must be an active participant on current sports teams and achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
Mayville State alumni and friends enjoyed gathering and catching up at the annual Mayville State festivities in Arizona. It’s always a great time when Comets gather to celebrate their roots and support the legacy of the Mayville State Tradition. The MSU Alumni Association and Foundation thank all who participated and joined in the fun.
We’re very happy to announce that Mayville State has added a new program in criminal justice. This is a very popular interest area. We often hear from prospective students who would like to pursue a degree in criminal justice. Classes related to the program will be available for enrollment starting in the Fall Semester of 2024. To accommodate those who may need flexible options, the program is available on campus and online.
The Mayville State University Division of Education will host a science carnival for area students Monday, February 26, 2024 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the MSU Campus Center Luckasen Room. The planned activities are geared toward children who are ages pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. Students and their parents are welcome to attend and come and go as their schedules allow.