Graduate School hires recruitment specialist, disquisition processor
The NDSU Graduate School has hired a recruitment specialist and disquisition processor.
In her role as recruitment specialist, Kari Bitz’s duties will include traveling to and representing NDSU at grad fairs and educational events, communicating with prospective students, and building relationships with area organizations, clubs and groups. Bringing six years of higher education recruiting experience to NDSU, Bitz comes from Bismarck State College, where she served as the admissions counselor.
In 2012, she served as president of the Dakota Association for College Admission Counseling and was on the North Dakota Counseling Association board of directors. Bitz recently was named to North Dakota Business Watch magazine’s top 40 professionals under 40.
Bitz earned her bachelor’s degree in mass communication from NDSU in 2004.
The NDSU Graduate School has hired Carissa Wolf as the disquisition processor. Wolf will manage the process of submitting theses and dissertations.
A native of Fargo-Moorhead, Carissa was previously a technical writer contracted with Microsoft in Fargo. She also taught first-year English Composition classes at NDSU, where she earned a master’s degree in English. Wolf earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.