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  • Sheila (Frydenlund) Knop, 66, BS ’66 was an educator and program administrator, first as a home economist with the Agricultural Extension Service in Colorado and later as an adult education faculty member with Colorado State University. She wrote nearly 100 monographs, articles, chapters and professional papers. She lived in Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • Paige Douglas, BS ’14 English, was named a staff assistant for the Lignite Energy Council. She previously worked for Forum Communications of Fargo.
  • Mark Shaul, BArch ’76 architecture, joined the Fargo office of JLG Architects. He is a project architect for the firm and a member of the Construction Specifications Institute.
  • Angela Dolalie Kelsh, DNP ’13 advanced nursing practice, joined the family medicine department at the Sanford Health West Fargo Clinic. She is a nurse practitioner.
  • Matthew J. Nelson, BS ’13 accounting, joined the tax department of Widmer Roel, a public accounting and business advisory firm with offices in Fargo, Bismarck and Hazen, North Dakota. He is a tax associate in the Fargo office.
  • Luther Holm, BS ’12 construction management, joined PACES Lodging as a project manager/estimator. He previously worked on multi-family/commercial projects in Dickinson, North Dakota.
  • Patsy (Bredwick) Levang, BS ’71 psychology, wrote a book titled “The Bird Book,” which tells the story of a woman who found life can be fulfilling without material riches midst nature and the comfort of birds. She also is the volunteer chairperson of the centennial celebration for the city of Watford City, North Dakota. She lives near Keene, North Dakota.
  • Megan Wasness, BS ’13 English education, was hired as a speech and English instructor at Devils Lake, North Dakota, High School. She previously was a substitute teacher for the district.
  • Ryan Moen, BS ’04 computer science, joined Western State Bank in West Fargo, North Dakota, as director of information technology. He previously was a software development engineer at Microsoft, Fargo.
  • James Buus, BS ’91 political science, was named to the NDSU Research and Technology Park board of directors. He is the managing broker and co-owner of Goldmark Sclossman Commercial Real Estate Services of Fargo.


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