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  • Lynn Lambrecht, BS ’88 business administration, was promoted to general manager at i3G Media. She will lead the Jamestown, North Dakota, broadcast center, home to Big Dog Country 95.5 FM, TED 97.1/102.7/103.1 HD2, Q101, the Raven 103.1 FM and Jamestown 107.1 FM/AM 1400. Lambrecht also will lead the Carrington, North Dakota, location, which is home to KDAK the Cardinal AM 1600/100.1 FM.
  • Julie Hassebroek, BS ’81 animal science, received the National 4-H Council’s North Central Volunteer of the Year Award for 2020. She is a retired NDSU Extension agent for Sargent County.
  • Gregg Achman, BS ’87 mechanical engineering, was named vice president for engineering at the Outdoor GreatRoom Co., Burnsville, Minnesota.
  • Bernard Gruber, BS ’87 mechanical engineering, joined the GPS World Editorial Advisory Board. He is senior director of Guided Projectiles and Precision Weapons, Innovation Systems, at the Armament Systems Division of Northrop Grumman in Plymouth, Minnesota.
  • Gregory C. Smith, BS ’86 civil engineering, was appointed to the board of regents for Rose State College, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, by Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt. He is the site lead for Northrop Grumman Aeronautics Systems, Oklahoma City.
  • Rick Zabel, BS ’83 civil engineering, is a principal at Dibble Engineering, Denver.
  • Shireen Stone, BS ’88 industrial engineering, was named chief operating officer of Partners Behavioral Health Management. She previously was at Fulcrum Health of Plymouth, Minnesota.
  • Leeann Bertsch, BS ’88 psychology, was named senior vice president of corrections for Management and Training Corp., Centerville, Utah. She previously was the director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections.
  • Larry Robinson, MS ’87 educational administration, was recently recognized by the North Dakota Democratic NPL with the Governor’s Legacy of Leadership Award. He is a District 24 state senator from Valley City, North Dakota.
  • Richard Omang, BS ’88 mechanical engineering, was promoted to director of operations at the Fargo Jet Center. He has flown more than 5,000 hours and has pilot experience in aircraft including F-16, C-21, Lear 60, B737 and King Air.

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