Angeline Walswick, professional academic adviser and lecturer in NDSU's College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, had her book review, “How We Decide,” published in the National Academic Advising Associations’ Journal. The journal is distributed twice each year to more than 11,000 National Academic Advising Association members, institutions and libraries nationally and internationally. Walswick’s review is available on the journal’s website at www.nacada.ksu.edu/Journal/bkrev_1364.htm.
Charlie Nutt, executive director of the National Academic Advising Association, wrote in a letter to Polly Olson, director of the allied sciences department, that Walswick’s contribution “indicates her commitment to providing quality advising for your students as well as demonstrates her dedication to the profession of advising and academic success of all students.”
Walswick advises approximately 250 pre-professional allied sciences majors in the college and teaches Univ 189. She has been an active National Academic Advising Association member since 2009, participating in program planning for the association’s Region 6 drive-in workshop and program proposal reader for its annual conference in Minneapolis this past spring.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.