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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • David W. Mills, PhD ’09 history, wrote the book “Operation Snowbound, Life behind the Blizzards of 1949,” which was a silver medalist in the Independent Publisher Awards and took first place in cultural category of the Eric Hoffer Awards. The book was published by NDSU Press. He teaches military history at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
  • Kimberly Hoeschen, BS ’03 interior design, joined Allegro Group as an associate, where she partners with businesses on key leadership hires.
  • Tabatha Joyce, MS ’08 educational leadership, accepted the position as the next principal of Eastwood Elementary School in West Fargo, effective July 1.
  • Alisia Becker, BS ’09 criminal justice, joined Beyond Realty, Fargo. She has been a licensed realtor since 2010, and specializes in residential real estate.
  • Peter Olaf Gustafson, BS '01 industrial engineering, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the Washington Army National Guard. He is an engineering manager at The Boeing Company.
  • Fredrick Beuchler, BS ’01 agricultural economics, joined Town and Country Credit Union as senior vice president for business lending. He is based in the Minot, North Dakota, office.
  • Scott Kolbinger, BS ’09 civil engineering, was named the 2018 Young Engineer of the Year by Chapter 4 F-M Engineers of the North Dakota Society of Professional Engineers. He is employed by KLJ Engineering.
  • Brian Kalk, MS ’01 environmental engineering, PhD ’07, natural resources management, was named executive director for the NDSU Research and Technology Park.
  • Ryan Okerlund, PharmD ’03 pharmacy, has purchased Iverson Corner Drug in Bemidji, Minnesota.
  • Jessica Heilman, MS ’08 child development and family science, joined Alerus as a senior financial guide at its south Fargo office.

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