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  • Steven Stalboerger, BArch '86, architectural studies, joined JLG Architects’ Healthcare Practice Studio as a medical planner. April 2016
  • Albert Ulmer, BS '81, soil science, was recognized March 11 as the Crop Show Honoree at the North Dakota Winter Show’s State Crop Show. He retired in 2014 after 21 years as the Extension agent in LaMoure County. Prior to that, he was in Eddy County for 10 years. April 2016
  • Scott Wadeson, BS '89, political science, joined the North Dakota general office of New York Life in Fargo as an agent for the company. February 2016
  • Peter Welte, BS '89, agricultural economics, is a shareholder in the Vogel Law Firm, with offices in Fargo, Bismarck and Grand Forks, Moorhead and Minneapolis. He joined the firm in 2015 after being the state’s attorney of Grand Forks County since 2002. February 2016
  • Jeffrey Kolpack, BS '87, mass communication, was named the 2015 North Dakota Sportswriter of the Year by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. He covers the Bison football team for the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. February 2016
  • Ned Rector, BS '86, mechanical engineering, was promoted to principal at Obermiller Nelson Engineering, Fargo. He has more than 30 years experience as a mechanical engineer. February 2016
  • Paul Peschel, BS '85, civil engineering, was named general manager of the Kings River Conservation District, Fresno, California. He previously was planning and engineering manager for the Imperial Irrigation District Energy Department in El Centro, California. February 2016
  • David E. Allison, BS '87, electrical and electronic engineering, retired after serving 28 years as an officer in the U.S. Navy. He is employed as a civilian engineer for the Department of Defense. He lives in Lucas, Texas. January 2016
  • John Arthur Schmidt, BS '80, social science, was the Minnesota 2015 AA Assistant Tennis Coach of the Year. He won the same award in 2012. He will be retiring in June 2016 after 36 years of teaching in Alexandria, Minnesota. January 2016
  • Lance G. Loken, BS '85, earth science, MS '91, soil science, was named to the Advisory Board for the United Tribes Technical College, Tribal Environmental Science Department in Bismarck, North Dakota. He is president of Western Plains Consulting Inc. of Bismarck. January 2016

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