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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Aaron Volmer, BS '09 civil engineering, was promoted at Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services Inc. to the position of operations manager of the firm’s Maple Grove and Eagan, Minnesota offices. 
  • Joshua Andres, BS '05 accountancy, joined the NDSU Development Foundation and Alumni Association as controller. He most recently was a senior audit associate for Eide Bailly in Fargo.
  • Mark Honzay, MArch '09 architecture, was named project architect and project manager at JLG Architects.
  • Amanda (Thieschafer) Smock, BS '05 human performance and fitness, won her fourth consecutive indoor national title in the triple jump at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships in Boston. It was Smock’s seventh American title in the triple jump. Along with the 2012, 2013 and 2014 indoor crowns, she won the outdoor championship in 2011, 2012 and 2014. She was the only American woman to represent the United States in the triple jump at the 2012 London Games.
  • Angela (Tucker) Mathers, BA '07 mass communication, MS '10, sociology, was selected for the 2015 United Way 35 under 35 Women’s Leadership Program. She is the director of student engagement at Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
  • Ryan Perreault, BS '02, MS '05 mass communication, was inducted into the Fargo American Legion Post 2 Baseball Hall of Fame during ceremonies Jan. 26. Perreault played for Post 2 from 1997-98 was the team's Rookie of the Year in 1997. He is associate director of athletic media relations at NDSU.
  • Chad Engels, MS '03 environmental engineering, received the 2014 Steamboat Award from the Red River Joint Water Resource District. He is a professional engineer and certified flood plain manager at Moore Engineering in West Fargo, North Dakota. He also is the engineer for the Southeast Cass Water Resource District and the Bois de Sioux Watershed District.
  • Justin Askim, BS, 04 natural resources management, was promoted to natural resources services leader in the Mandan, North Dakota, office of Wenck Associates Inc.
  • Neal Hines, BS '05 child development and family science, was named a case manager for the New Life Center in Fargo. He recently worked as the pastor of congregational care at First Assembly Church in Fargo. 
  • Kurt Krumwiede, BArch '06 architecture, was promoted to vice president at Wild/CRG, an architecture and construction firm with offices in Fargo and Bismarck, North Dakota. He has worked for the company for nine years on commercial, financial and residential projects.

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