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  • Mary A. Berg, BS ’10 animal science, received the National Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding educational efforts by a person with less than 10 years of experience with the Extension Service. She is the area Extension livestock environmental management specialist at the Carrington Research Extension Center.
  • Daniel Folske, BS ’80 animal science, received the National Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes the recipient with a 10-plus-year Extension career for long-term effectiveness of Extension programming. He is the agriculture and natural resources agent in Burke County.
  • Joseph Kallenbach, BS ’13 food science, dietetics, MS ’16, cereal science, joined the research and development department at Grain Processing Corp., Muscatine, Iowa, as an associate scientist. He will focus on new product development in the areas of feedstock processing and enzymatic bio-processing.
  • Dylan Weber, BS ’17 civil engineering, joined Ackerman-Estvold’s Minot, North Dakota, office as a full-time civil engineer. He is a member of the water resources team and will serve clients throughout western North Dakota.
  • Jeremy Nere, BS ’10 business administration, was hired as admissions director at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
  • Connor Melvie, BS ’14 political science, began a one-year clerkship with the North Dakota Supreme Court.
  • Brian J. Clark, BS ’17 accounting, joined the audit department of Widmer Roel, a public accounting and business advisory firm with offices in Fargo, Bismarck and Hazen, North Dakota.
  • Nathan M. Benson, BS ’97 civil engineering, joined Sandman Structural Engineers, a Moorhead structural engineering firm, as project engineer. 
  • James Scott Fournier, BS ’98 civil engineering, joined Sandman Structural Engineers, a Moorhead structural engineering firm, as senior project engineer. 
  • Lindsay Weisgerber, BS ’12 nursing, DNP ’17, advanced nursing practice, joined Sanford Health’s Fargo region team as a nurse practitioner, specializing in internal medicine.



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