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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Brad Nordstrom, MS ’05, education, is the owner of Maximum Performance and Fitness, Fargo. He started a weight loss challenge for his members, with proceeds going to Giving Hearts Day charities. The challenge was won by NDSU Graduate School employee Madonna Fitzgerald and her partner. A total of $1,500 went to Special Olympics, while two other charities received contributions of $900 and $600. February 2017
  • Sara Dvorak, BS ’03, nursing, was named manager of learning and organizational development for Altru Health System in Grand Forks, North Dakota. February 2017
  • Donald Beutler, BS ’02, MS ’08, business administration, joined American Crystal Sugar Co. as assistant packaging and warehouse supervisor at the East Grand Forks, Minnesota, factory. February 2017
  • Daniel E. Johnson, BS ’08, accounting, was named chief financial officer at the Anne Carlsen Center, Fargo. February 2017
  • Brian Kalk, MS ’01, environmental engineering, PhD ’07, natural resource management, left his seat on the North Dakota Public Service Commission to become director of energy systems development with the Energy and Environmental Research Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota. February 2017
  • Fredrick Beuchler, BS ’01, agricultural economics, was promoted to senior vice president, chief lending officer with First Western Bank and Trust in Minot, North Dakota. He has been with the bank since 2007. February 2017
  • Jared Slinde, BS ’05, mass communication, MS ’07, health, nutrition and exercise science, joined Great Plains Food Bank in Fargo as communications manager. His previous experience includes communications manager at USA Track and Field in Indianapolis, website manager at USA Triathlon in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and sports writer with the Minot, North Dakota, Daily News. February 2017
  • Benjamin Brutlag, BS ’09, agricultural economics, is a precision ag consultant with Barrett Farm Supply. February 2017
  • Scott Kolbinger, BS ’09, civil engineering, earned a professional engineering license in Minnesota. He is an engineer with KLJ’s municipal group in the firm’s Fargo office. February 2017
  • Chad Mason, BS ’08, electrical engineering, was selected as one of the first innovators to participate in a new embedded entrepreneurship program at the Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory. January 2017

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