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  • Diane Foertsch, BUS ’84, university studies, joined Lillestol Research in Fargo as a medical laboratory scientist. August 2014
  • Trisha (Reichl) Cyr, BS ’88, corporate and community fitness, BS ’92, medical technology, was inducted into the Albert Lea, Minnesota, High School Hall of Fame. Captain of her high school teams in basketball and volleyball, she was a first team All-America selection in 1987 for the Bison, leading the NDSU volleyball team to a 162-50 record during her four years of collegiate play. She was inducted into the Bison Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 July 2014
  • Forrest W. Nutter Jr., PhD ’84, plant pathology, received the 2014 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award at Iowa State University. He was honored for the development of interactive software programs to teach principles of plant disease epidemiology and for his numerous teaching publications. He is a professor of plant pathology and microbiology. He lives in Ames, Iowa. July 2014
  • J. Darren Wolf, BS ’88, mathematics, was named principal at Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, High School. He previously was assistant principal of Rogers High School in Elk River, Minnesota. July 2014
  • Aldean Lee, BS ’83, psychology, retired after a 30-year career with the U.S. Marshal Service. She ended her career as assistant director for the Management Support Division in Washington, D.C. She and her father, Ordean Lee, were the first father-daughter marshals in U.S. history. June 2014
  • Scott A. Peterson, BS ’85, zoology, is the new deputy director for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Prior to his appointment, he was the department’s wildlife resource management section leader for 22 years, based at the Lonetree district office near Harvey, North Dakota. June 2014
  • Jeff Topp, FS ’82,
    agriculture, was named to the American Federal Corp. board of directors. He is a partner is a family-owned farming enterprise that raises crops in Eddy, Foster, McLean and Stutsman Counties in North Dakota and runs a cow-calf operation. He also is a trustee on the North Dakota Future Farmers of America Foundation board and the National FarmHouse Foundation board. He lives in Grace City, North Dakota. June 2014
  • Michael Boldenow, BS ’89, environmental design, BS ’90, architectural studies, BArch ’90, architecture, was promoted to principal at BWBR in St. Paul, Minnesota. He joined the architectural firm in 1990 and has been involved in projects ranging from health care facilities to research centers. May 2014
  • David B. Anderson, BS ’80, computer science, retired as the leader of the North Dakota National Guard’s Army Component Command. He retired as a brigadier general, commanding more than 3,350 soldiers. He held several leadership positions during his more than 30-year career with the National Guard. May 2014
  • Jacquelyn Steckler, BS ’86, athletic training, corporate and community fitness, was honored as the 2013 Mid-Level Provider of the Year by the Fargo VA Health Care System. She is a physician assistant. May 2014

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