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  • Wendy Regner, BS '91, child development and family science, joined the counseling staff at Valley Christian Counseling Center, Fargo.  September 2015
  • Brian Post, BS '99, civil engineering, was elected as section president for the Chesapeake Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers. He is a transportation project manager and serves as Gannett Fleming’s Highway Group manager in the firm’s Baltimore office.  September 2015
  • Casy Bopp, BS '99, agricultural economics, joined Sargent County Bank as a loan officer at the Forman, North Dakota, location. September 2015
  • Chester Hill, BS '91, agricultural economics, joined Hefty Seed Co., Sydney, Montana, as an agronomist. He previously was with NDSU's Williston Research Extension Center. September 2015
  • Carrie Simonson, BS '93, nursing, joined First Step Recovery of the Village Family Service Center, Fargo, as a registered nurse with the intensive outpatient team.  September 2015
  • Ryan Taylor, BS ’92, agricultural economics, mass communication, was appointed North Dakota state director for U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development.  August 2015
  • Trish Lee Waage, BS ’91, horticulture, teaches special education at Marshall County Central High School in Newfolden, Minnesota.  August 2015
  • Joshua Hemingway, BS ’96, accounting, was promoted to assistant athletic director for business and ticket operations for NDSU Athletics. He started as an accounting intern with athletics in 1995. August 2015
  • Dean Wehri, BS ’93, agricultural economics, is the newest member of North Dakota's State Board of Agricultural Research and Education. Wehri will serve a four-year term that ends in June 2019.  August 2015
  • Brian Otteson, BS ’90, crop and weed science, MS ‘08, plant sciences, is the new director of NDSU’s Agronomy Seed Farm near Casselton, North Dakota. Otteson will focus research on evaluating and developing new crop varieties and providing data on varieties grown under eastern North Dakota growing conditions.  August 2015

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