Preview Day

November 16, 2019

We're the perfect size to be a part of something big!

Attend our Preview Day to discover the majors we offer and visit one-on-one with our faculty. The day will include engaging speakers, a department fair, and breakout sessions for you to get to know Minot State.

If you register and attend, you could win a $500 tuition waiver to Minot State!

 

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Schedule

 

9:30 a.m.

Check-in begins

Student Center Atrium

 

10:00 a.m.

"Choosing Your Major" Presented by Chelsie Hultz and Dr. Zebulon Wallace

Q & A with Current Minot State Students

Student Center Conference Center

 

11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Lunch in the Beaver Creek Cafe

Student Center, 2nd Floor

 

12:45 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.

Department and Resource Fair

Wellness Center

 

1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Academic Breakout Sessions

Attendees can choose to attend 1 or 2 of the following:

  • Academic Support Center
  • Addiction Studies, Psycholoy, & Social Work
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Broadcasting & Professional Communication
  • College of Business
  • Communication Disorders
  • Elementary Education
  • Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Mathematics & Computer Science
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Science
  • Social Science

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Leaving from Wellness Center

 

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Leaving from Wellness Center

 

Minot State Keynote Speakers:

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Chelsie Hultz is a proud alumnus of Minot State University. After spending eleven years teaching elementary students in Minot, she has come full circle and returned to MSU to teach in the Teacher Education and Kinesiology Department.

Mrs. Hultz is a trainer for North Dakota United’s ethics course Elevating the Profession. This one-of-a-kind ethics course is paving the way to help train educators across the nation with the new course materials.

Teacher mental health is Chelsie’s lifelong research interest. She aims to support educators as they navigate professional demands while balancing personal well-being.

Berthold, North Dakota is Chelsie’s hometown. She and her husband have four boys between them and make their home in Minot. Her faith, family, friends and people matter most to her. That includes you!

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Dr. Zeb Wallace is originally from Russellville, Alabama but has called Minot home since 2017. He has always had a deep fascination with how people and places are interconnected but did not realize he was a geographer until his second year of college. By chance, he enrolled in a World Regional Geography course that year and fell in love with geography. Dr. Wallace has a passion for helping students identify unique spatial patterns around our world and to recognize just how interconnected we all are.

Dr. Wallace’s research focuses on how people react and respond to environmental hazards. His research looks at risk perception and communication within rural communities, and how these elements vary from one place to the next. Additionally, he is interested in how indirect experience with a hazard can be used as a substitute for direct experience to help communities better prepare and respond to hazards. Dr. Wallace’s research incorporates a variety of methods, both quantitative and qualitative, including surveys, interviews, statistical analysis, and spatial analysis using GIS software.

In his free time, Dr. Wallace enjoys playing the violin, being involved in community theater, and spending time outdoors hiking and exploring new landscapes.

Minot State Student Panel:

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Brett H.

Major: International Business and Marketing

Minor: German

Student Involvement: Residence Hall Association (RHA), Student Governement Association (SGA), DECA, Entrepreneurship Club, and New Student Orientation and Welcome Weekend Leader

Hannah

Hannah S.

Major: Pre-nursing (and cannot wait to apply for the nursing program fall of 2020!)

Student Invovlement: Minot State Cheer Team, MSU Life, New Student Orientation and Welcome Weekend Leader, and Peer Mentor

Maya

Maya M.

Major: Elementary Education. 

Student Involvement: Sigma Delta (Sorority), New Student Orientation and Welcome Weekend Leader