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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Jamie Nelson, MS ’06 education, was recently hired as the head coach for the Moffat County High School football program in Craig, Colorado.
  • Clara Osowski, BMA ’08 music arts, received the $25,000 McKnight Fellowship for Musiciansaward. She is a mezzo-soprano from Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. She became the first-ever American prize-winner when she placed second at Thomas Quasthoff's International Das Lied Competition in Heidelberg, Germany, and she was awarded the Richard Tauber Prize for the best interpretation of Schubert Lieder at the Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation Song Competition in London. She will be on the faculty at the Aspen Music Festival's Professional Choral Institute in August.
  • Christopher Brossart, BS ’02 crop and weed science, was elected to a three-year term as a director of the North Dakota Soybean Council. He is a farmer from Wolford, North Dakota, who represents 13 northwest North Dakota counties.
  • Michael Schlosser, BS ’02 plant protection, was elected to a three-year term as a director of the North Dakota Soybean Council. He is a farmer who represents LaMoure and Dickey Counties.
  • Heather Collins, BS ’01 respiratory care, was promoted to manager of account executives at Discovery Benefits, Fargo.
  • Shonda Mertz, MEd ’05 educational administration, was named principal at Sunrise Elementary School in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Bryan Neville, MS ’07, PhD ’10 animal science, joined NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center as an animal scientist.
  • Angela Mathers, BA ’07 mass communication, MS ’10, sociology, joined the community board of trustees for the Jeremiah Program. She is the dean of academic quality and support at Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
  • Robert H. Lee, BS ’03 construction management, was promoted to executive vice president at Wanzek Construction, a general construction contractor and industrial service provider. He has been with the company for 13 years and had previously been the vice president of construction.
  • Kari (Bitz) Tews, BS '04 mass communication, received the inaugural Alumni of the Year award by the North Dakota Phi Beta Lambda chapter. The honor recognizes outstanding leaders who are alumni of Phi Beta Lambda. Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda Inc. is the largest career student business organization in the world, and helps more than 30,000 members prepare for careers in business each year. She lives in West Fargo.

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