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  • Andrew Koedam, BArch ’05 architecture, was named a partner and vice president at Wild / CRG, Fargo. He is a registered architect, and has worked at the firm for 14 years. 
  • Gail L. Nelson, MEd ’07 counseling, was named director of First Step Recovery, a program of Village Family Service Center, Fargo. The program provides treatment for individuals struggling with drug or alcohol addiction.
  • Vyasa Sai, MS ’08 electrical and computer engineering, was among recipients of the 2018 AIM Awards, which honor excellence and outstanding achievement in the automatic identification and data capture industry. He is a member of the Intel Corp. research and development team, and holds several U.S. patents.
  • Michael Mathias, BS ’80 psychology, qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Roundtable. He is a wealth management adviser and financial representative with Gores Group of Northwestern Mutual. He lives in Fargo.
  • Adam Braunberger, BS ’06 business administration, was promoted to business banker at the downtown Fargo sales office of American Federal Bank.
  • Whitney Syverson, BS ’17 marketing, was promoted to participant services supervisor at Discovery Benefits, Fargo.
  • David Rogstad, BS ’01 agricultural economics, was promoted to business banking manager, senior vice president, for the Bismarck-Mandan business banking line at Starion Bank. He works in the branch in downtown Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Brenda Rogerson, BS ’79 fashion merchandising, has joined the Travel Travel Group of Fargo-Moorhead-Detroit Lakes as a group and leisure travel specialist. She has been in the travel business more than 30 years.
  • Jesse Jacobson, BS ’05 construction management, was named director of operations at Comstock Construction, which has offices in Wahpeton, Fargo and Fergus Falls. He has been with the company since 2011. 
  • Matthew H. Schwab, BS ’09 construction management, was named senior project manager at Comstock Construction, which has offices in Wahpeton, Fargo and Fergus Falls. He has been with the company since 2008.

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