Minot State Welcomes New Head Football Coach 

MINOT, N.D. – The Beavers have their man. Minot State’s Director of Athletics Kevin Forde is pleased to introduce veteran college coach Ian Shields as the next head coach for the Beaver football program. Shields, a former head coach at the NCAA Division I FCS, NCAA Division II, and NAIA levels begins his duties immediately

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Wentz, Metz, Minot State hockey earn AP honors

Minot State’s Club Hockey team was honored as North Dakota’s top non-school team of the year by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscaster and Sportswriters Association. MSU’s accolades included a 35-4-2 record, an undefeated 18-0 home record, a semi-final appearance, an ACHA Coach of the Year award for coach Wade Regier.

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MSU and Lake Region partner to offer Sign Language degree

The Minot Daily has the full story, here’s the quote from news release issued by the schools: “There is a national shortage of qualified ASL interpreters,” said Holly Pedersen, Department of Special Education chair, in the press release. “Our program allows greater flexibility for students to continue their education in the field of interpreting because

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Training and technical center a worthy pursuit 

Jill Schramm with the Minot Daily News digs in deeper with the idea that a career and technical training center is an idea important for Minot and the region.

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MSU computer science students win competition | News, Sports, Jobs – Minot Daily News

MSU computer science students rose to the top at a recent regional competition that required practical problem solving and programming schools. MSU has been attending the competition for eight years, this was the first year they earned top prize.

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Minot State Students Ready to Help With Your Taxes

Need a little assistance with your taxes? Want a second pair of eyes to look things over before you sign and send? Business Students at Minot State are ready and willing. Full story from KMOT News including how to set an appointment.

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