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  • Adam McLane, BS ’06 environmental design, BArch ’06, architecture, joined Ryan Architecture and Engineering Inc. in Minneapolis as a senior architect, healthcare.
  • Shelby Wunderlich, BS ’17 microbiology, joined Adevron as a bio-manufacturing operator. The biotechnology company produces custom nucleic acids, proteins and antibodies. Aldevron’s headquarters are in Fargo, with additional facilities in Madison, Wisconsin, and Freiburg, Germany.
  • Graham Stoltenow, BS ’17 biotechnology, joined Adevron as a bio-manufacturing operator. The biotechnology company produces custom nucleic acids, proteins and antibodies. Aldevron’s headquarters are in Fargo, with additional facilities in Madison, Wisconsin, and Freiburg, Germany.
  • Elizabeth Ellens, MS ’14 zoology, joined Adevron as a bio-manufacturing operator. The biotechnology company produces custom nucleic acids, proteins and antibodies. Aldevron’s headquarters are in Fargo, with additional facilities in Madison, Wisconsin, and Freiburg, Germany.
  • Deann (Jacobson) O’Lenick, BS ’87 communication disorders, earned her doctorate From Texas Woman’s University in early child education and development. Her dissertation was “Clinical Expertise Component of Evidence-Based Practice Self-Defined by Speech-Language Pathologist Who Work with Elementary Students in Public Schools.” She will focus on the development of augmentative communication on a consultative and trial basis. She owns O’Lenick Consulting LLC, Fort Worth, Texas.
  • Dr. Andrew Rodenburg, BS ’09 zoology, joined Dakota Eye Institute in Bismarck, North Dakota. He is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and specializes in the treatment of cataracts, glaucoma, medical retina and oculoplastic surgery.
  • V. Clair Morrison, 89, MS ’55 educational administration, counseling and guidance, taught consumer education and history for 36 years at Alexandria, Minnesota, High School. He also helped coach the Cardinal football team for 25 years. He lived in Alexandria.
  • Marle Thorstad, 81, MEd ’67 educational administration, had a lengthy career in education and administration, at Fargo Central; Fargo South; Oakes, Bisbee and Clifford/Galesburg, North Dakota; and McAllen, Texas. He lived in Fargo.
  • Marcia (Beyer) Iverson, 71, BS ’67 home economics education, was the reference librarian at the Fort Morgan, Colorado, Public Library for more than 20 years. She lived in Fort Morgan. 
  • Jerry Srur, 68, MS ’86 educational administration, was a school administrator. He lived in Jamestown, North Dakota.

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