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  • Gary Zahalka, BS ’94 electrical engineering, joined KLJ, an engineering, surveying and planning firm in Fargo. He is an electrical engineer in the company’s Power Group.
  • Jodi Rae (Burkhardt) Bruns, BS’ 94 mass communication, MEd ’10, educational leadership, as named the first Area Extension Specialist in Community Vitality. An Extension agent for Dickey County, she has also been involved in numerous Community Vitality-related projects, including housing, customer service programs, strategic planning efforts, community marketing, heritage and tourism, business retention and expansion. In addition, she is a certified instructor for Seven Habits. She lives in Oakes, North Dakota.
  • James Buus, BS ’91 political science, was named to the NDSU Research and Technology Park board of directors. He is the managing broker and co-owner of Goldmark Sclossman Commercial Real Estate Services of Fargo.
  • Thomas Lothspeich, BS ’91 mechanical engineering, was elected vice president for Stanley Consultants, a global consulting engineering firm. He is a senior project manager and manager of the Power General Group of Energy Business in the firm’s Muscatine, Iowa, office.
  • Jodi (Moch) Koski, BS ’90 business administration, is the information technology manager of business intelligence for the Enterprise Data Warehouse at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota in Eagan, Minnesota. She lives in Lakeville, Minnesota.
  • Michael Reich, BS ’90 PhD ’09, electrical and electronic engineering, joined Appareo Systems in Fargo as a senior electrical design engineer. He previously worked at Phoenix International and the NDSU Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
  • Stacey (Bakke) Majkrzak, BS’ 99 mass communication, was named the first executive director of the Grand Forks Downtown Development Association in Grand Forks, North Dakota. She lives in Thompson, North Dakota, with her husband, Brent, and their three children.
  • Mark Azure, BS ’94 electrical engineering, was promoted to partner at Dunham Associates Inc., Minneapolis. He and his wife, Michelle, live in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, with their two children.
  • James M. Peterson, BS ’99 agricultural economics, joined First Community Credit Union as vice president for it Jamestown, North Dakota, market. He has 15 years experience in the financial services industry.
  • Nicholas Achina, BS ’90 electrical and electronic engineering, was named director of electrical engineering at ATS&R, a Minneapolis-based architectural and engineering firm.

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