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  • Nancy Kaspari, BS ’88 sociology, was promoted to director of Medicare operations at Noridian Healthcare Solutions LLC. She is responsible for overseeing the operations of system support, user provisioning and the correspondence control operations.
  • Osman Bin Mohamad, MBA ’85 business administration, is a professor on the faculty of management, Mulimedia University, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia, after taking mandatory retirement in 2010 as a professor of marketing at the School of Management and Graduate School of Business, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.
  • Jonathan Crump, BS ’84 architectural studies, BARCH ’84, architecture, was promoted to associate vice president at Dewberry’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, office. He has nearly 35 years of experience, serving as design director for the firm’s national architectural practice. He has completed numerous projects, including the Tandy Medical Academic Building on Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Sciences campus and the expansion of Rosa Parks Elementary School in Tulsa. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
  • Lance Loken, BS ’85 earth science, MS ’91, soil science, recently attended the National Environmental Information Association conference in San Diego, California. The annual conference examined asbestos, indoor air quality and environmental topics focusing on the latest activities in the industry. He is president of Western Plains Consulting Inc., Bismarck, North Dakota, and national chair of the National EIA Environmental Management Systems and Environmental Site Assessments Technical Committee. He also is on the national task force working on the ASTM Phase I Standard Practice update.
  • James Pellman, BS ’85 agricultural economics, was elected to the North Dakota Wheat Commission in District 3, representing 11 counties in south central North Dakota. He farms near McClusky, North Dakota.
  • Jeffrey P. Anderson, BS ’84 business administration, joined Edina Realty in its Northfield, Minnesota, sales office. He previously worked more than 30 years with the U.S. Department of Treasury.
  • Michael Mathias, BS ’80 psychology, qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Roundtable. He is a wealth management adviser and financial representative with Gores Group of Northwestern Mutual. He lives in Fargo.
  • Russell Peterson, BS ’85 architectural studies, BArch ’86, architecture, is principal of Clever Architecture, St. Paul, Minnesota. His firm recently designed the new employees’ headquarters for BKBM Engineers, the PiM Arts High School expansion and is now designing the Minneapolis Impound Facility.
  • Jonathan Crump, BArch ’84 architecture, BS ’84, architectural studies, was promoted to associate principal at the Elgin, Illinois, office of Dewberry, a privately-held professional services firm. He is the firm’s national design director and has more than 33 years of architectural experience.
  • Thomas Fetch, BS ’81 zoology, MS ’84, agronomy, PhD ’96, plant pathology, earned honors in the “Marquis Who's Who” list. He is a research scientist and stem rush pathologist.

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