On campus - July 8, 2012

2012-07-08T02:00:00Z On campus - July 8, 2012 Bismarck Tribune
July 08, 2012 2:00 am

Starting at U of M

These area students are among hundreds of new students about to pursue a degree at the University of Mary, starting fall semester 2012.

Kendall Fey, a graduate of Ashley High School, plans to major in computer information systems. He is the son of Lyle and Carol Fey of Ashley.

April Roehrich, a graduate of Napoleon High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Clayton and Barb Norman of Napoleon.

Nicholas Knoblich, a graduate of Ashley High School, plans to major in music and clinical laboratory science. He is the son of Carmen Porcincula and Kevin Knoblich of Lehr.

Amanda Michel, a graduate of Medina High School, plans to major in social work. She is the daughter of Julie Michel of Jamestown.

Tanner Purintun, a graduate of Linton High School, plans to major in business communication and play basketball. He is the son of Jim and Corene Purintun of Hazelton.

Austin Schumacher, a graduate of Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School, plans to major in biology. He is the son of Arlyn and Cara Schumacher of Hazelton.

Skyler Huber, a graduate of Lemmon High School, plans to major in university studies. He is the son of Dave and Toni Huber of Lemmon, S.D.

Carly Ruscheinsky, a graduate of Flasher High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Rod and Nyra Ruscheinsky of Carson.

Kelsey Mohl, a graduate of Hazen High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of James and Kari Mohl of Hazen.

Courtney Ost, a graduate of Hazen High School, plans to major in occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Mark and Doreen Ost of Hazen.

Anna Iverson, a graduate of Beulah High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Chris and Janet Iverson of Beulah.

Sarah Metcalf, a graduate of Beulah High School, plans to major in accounting. She is the daughter of Ted and Jean Metcalf of Beulah.

Zackary Wagner, a graduate of Glen Ullin High School, plans to major in radiologic technology. He is the son of Larry and Stacy Wagner of Glen Ullin.

Karen Schaaf, a graduate of Glen Ullin High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Michael and Valeri Schaaf of Glen Ullin.

Melissa Wagner, a graduate of Glen Ullin High School, plans to major in social work and addiction counseling. She is the daughter of Terry and Linda Wagner of Glen Ullin.

Alexandria Wells, a graduate of Williston High School, plans to major in clinical laboratory science. She is the daughter of Mike Wells and Kristi Grove of Williston.

Danielle Clarke, a graduate of Williston High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Jeff and Bobbi Clark of Williston.

Aaron Rolczynski, a graduate of Beach High School, plans to major in addiction counseling. He is the son of Allen Rolczynski, Grand Forks, and Patric Cottrill, Oakes.

Alyssa Wehri, a graduate of Hebron High School, plans to double-major in physical therapy and athletic training. She is the daughter of Jason and Claudia Wehri of Hebron.

Cori Moberg, a graduate of Washburn High School, plans to major in athletic training and participate in track and field. She is the daughter of John and Tina Moberg of Washburn.

Jamie Bartlett, a graduate of Kidder County High School, plans to major in elementary education. She is the daughter of Brian and Lisa Bartlett of Steele.

Jessalyn Kleinsasser, a graduate of Harvey High School, plans to major in occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Robert and Kimberly Kleinsasser of Hurdsfield

Kaylee Ketterling, a graduate of Wishek High School, plans to major in biology. She is the daughter of Byron and Denise Ketterling of Wishek.

Alexis Roth, a graduate of Mott-Regent High School, plans to major in radiologic technology. She is the daughter of Kevin and Patricia Roth of Mott.

Brianna Steiner, a graduate of Richardton-Taylor High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Bradley and Sheila Steiner of Mott.

Grady Houghton, a graduate of Killdeer High School, plans to major in business and play football. He is the son of Glen and Terri Houghton of Killdeer.

Kelsey Deichert, a graduate of Trinity High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Jim and Sandy Deichert of Dickinson.

Ashley Heck, a graduate of Dickinson High School, plans to major in math education. She is the daughter of Tavis and Leslie Heck of Dickinson.

Reed Peterson, a graduate of Trinity High School, plans to major in music education and participate in band, choir, jazz band, drama and speech. He is the son of Chuck and Sandee Peterson of Dickinson.

Stephani Larson, a graduate of Dickinson High School, plans to major in radiologic technology and be part of the Harold Schafer Emerging Leaders Academy. She is the daughter of Bob and Sylvia Larson of Dickinson.

Kelsey Phillips, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in Spanish and music performance. She is the daughter of Casey and Mary Kay Phillips of Mandan.

Jered Keller, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in history education. He is the son of Joseph and Wanda Keller of Mandan.

Kayla Benz, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Kellen Benz of Mandan and Cherry Benz of Bismarck.

Bailey Goroski, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter Gary and Stephanie Goroski of Mandan.

Madison Klatt, a graduate of Mandan High School, will be playing soccer and plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Bryan Klatt of Manning and Sherri Klatt of Mandan.

Brandi Boehm, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in accounting. She is the daughter of Nathan and Heather Boehm of Mandan.

Ashley Zook, a graduate of Mandan High School, plans to major in respiratory therapy. She is the daughter of Brian and Deanna Zook of Mandan.

Keenan Ziemann plans to major in mathematics. He is the son of Art and Mary Ann Ziemann of Mandan.

Tapani Hall, a graduate of Lisbon High School, plans to major in prenatal nursing. She is the daughter of Greg Hall and Candi Leach of Mandan.

Kelsie Lipelt, a graduate of Bismarck High School, is the daughter of Ralph and Kami Lipelt of Lincoln.

Yentl Dukart, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in business administration. She is the daughter of Dave and Marlene Dukart of Lincoln.

Morgan Wanner, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in elementary education. She is the daughter of Daryl and Marsha Wanner of Bismarck.

Macy Maedche, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Tim and Kristi Maedche of Bismarck.

Aaron Jordan, a graduate of Shiloh Christian School, will play football and plans to major in psychology. He is the son of Scott and Linda Jordan of Bismarck.

Joey Fuher, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical education and exercise science and play football. He is the son of Rich and Tanya Fuher of Bismarck.

Brad Obritsch, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in business. He is the son of Jerry and Nancy Obritsch of Bismarck.

Preston Tescher, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, will play football and plans to major in criminal justice. He is the son of Jeff and Paulette Tescher of Bismarck.

Briana Bergrud, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Corey and Viki Bergrud of Bismarck.

Cody Feist, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in physical therapy. He is the son of Daryl and Kelly Feist of Bismarck.

Lacey Greff, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in social work. She is the daughter of Rod and Sheri Greff of Bismarck.

Shaunna Messmer, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical therapy or occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Shawn and Kim Messmer of Bismarck.

Mallorie Henke, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Shannon and Tammy Henke of Bismarck.

Jenna Waller, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in addiction counseling. She is the daughter of Michael and JoLayne Waller of Bismarck.

Kylie Fettig, a graduate of Century High School, plans to double-major in education and speech therapy. She is the daughter of James and Nancy Fettig of Bismarck.

Darby Schmidt, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in pharmacy. She is the daughter of Jim and Velvet Schmidt of Bismarck.

Sarah Janes, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical therapy and play tennis. She is the daughter of Kevin and Elizabeth Janes of Bismarck.

Maggie Shalhoob, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in university studies. She is the daughter of Lea Shalhoob of Bismarck.

Kodi Lardy, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Brian and Tammy Lardy of Bismarck.

Thomas Stromme, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in education, Catholic studies, theology and pre-law. He is the son of Tom and Kari Stromme of Bismarck.

Halee Ternes, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Brendan and Carol Ternes of Bismarck.

Haley Krueger, a graduate of Bismarck High School, is planning to major in radiologic technology. She is the daughter of Randall Krueger of Cameron, N.C., and Nancy Varty of Bismarck.

Mikayla Schuette, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in special education. She is the daughter of Randy Schuette and Paulette Kerzmann, both of Bismarck.

Jason Knodel, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in math education. He is the son of Steven and Susan Knodel of Bismarck.

Alli Greff, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Kirk and Shauna Greff of Bismarck.

Brooke Wolf, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Michael and Connie Wolf of Bismarck.

Seth Ebach, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in athletic training. He is the son of Nick and Connie Ebach of Bismarck.

Jayla Gruebele, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Jay and Durene Gruebele of Bismarck.

Chelsea Striefel, a graduate of Bismarck High School, will be joining the soccer team and plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Ardin and ChrisAnn Striefel of Bismarck.

President’s list

A total of 446 undergraduate students were named to the spring semester 2012 president’s list at Minot State University. To be named to the president’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of at least 3.8 for the semester and complete a minimum of 12 hours of instruction. Students with an asterisk after their names received a 4.0 GPA.

Area students include: Benedict — Allison Kittleson; Berthold — Jennie Brettin, Joshua Brown*, Jessika Cooper*, Meghan Lahti*, Kyle Peterson*; Beulah — Nicole Behm, Alexandra Jelleberg*, Jacey Pulver*; Bismarck — Erika Anderson*, Samantha Birrenkott*, Danielle Finn*, Ashley Fischer, Jessica Handtmann*, Jordan Herbel, Taylor Hill*, Amber Keller*, Jennifer Keller*, Ivan Luza*, Mary Nelson*, Amber Penrose*, Sally Podrebarac, Miranda Samuelson, Jeffery Scholl*, Megan Seckerson*, Danielle Smith*, Jessica Swenson*, Jenessa Whitmore*; Burlington — Mallory Brodal*, Courtenay Burckhard*, Terry Effertz, Dustin Lee, Kimberly Lissinna*, Briana Schwan*, Kelsey Walz*; Des Lacs — Crystal Michels; Drake — Erin Rosel; Dunn Center — Luke Gaugler*; Edgeley — Brittany Diegel*, Ethan Klundt*; Fairfield — Jessica Haag*; Fessenden — Bryan Krahler; Garrison — Sierra Lassila*; Goodrich — Karissa Erdmann*; Harvey — Corbin Zerr*, Jakob Zerr*; Hazen — Katelynn Albers, Erik Berland*, Christopher Krause, Kelsey Mehrer; Lincoln — Jessica Hanson; Linton — Heather Glass*; Makoti — Jamie Larson*; Mandan — Allison Bitz*, Brittany Fleck, Kirsten Gieser*, Johannah Miller*, Suzannah Miller*, Brett Thompson; Max — Christopher Capp; Palermo — Kendra Evensvold*; Ray — Jessica Meckle; Sawyer — Shannon Krueger, Lauren Wood; Stanley — Paula Holley*; Stanton — Annette Karges; Tioga — Michelle Jensen*, Alexius Liesener; Underwood — Nicholas Larson*; Velva — Tamary Anderson; Voltaire — Quaid Degenstein*; Watford City — Stephanie Deutsch*, Tyler Flatland*; and Williston — Allison Bjornson*, Jay Borseth*, Candice Dillard, Theresa Elder, Heath Glenn*, Abby Hagen*, Marcus Hendrickson, Tarren Jundt, Alison Peterson*, Josie Virnala*, Layken Wright.

All-Academic team

North Dakota State University wrestler Tyler Johnson was named to the Capital One Academic All-America at-large team, June 7, by a vote of the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Johnson, a senior from Bismarck, made the second team with a 4.00 cumulative grade-point average in biology with a minor in chemistry. Johnson (20-14) was the third-place finisher at 174 pounds at the NCAA West Regional and was named to the All-Western Wrestling Conference third team and Western Wrestling Conference All-Academic Team.

To be eligible for Capital One Academic All-America honors, student-athletes must have a 3.30 or better cumulative GPA on a 4.0-point scale, sophomore athletic standing and be a starter or key reserve for their team.

President’s roll

To qualify for the University of North Dakota president’s roll of honor, a student must have an overall cumulative grade-point average of 3.80 or higher. The student must also have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours and have completed a minimum of 12 hours at the close of the semester, eight of which must be for traditional letter grades.

Area students include: Alexander — Aaron Weber;

Berthold — Lucas Bloms; Beulah — Benjamin Maliske, Carly Rudolf, Paige Scherer, Lucas Schnaidt, Kendra Seibel; Bismarck — Jordan Adolf, Annemarie Assel, Megan Beck, Taylor Bethke, Jessie Bjella, Chelsea Boger, Brandon Boyd, Kristin Canham, Brooke Christensen, Nathan Curry, Emily Doll, Jordan Ensz, Ruth Erdahl, Aaron Fettig, Christa Fischer, Kristin Fornshell, Matthew Gerenz, Michael Gilchrist, Jessica Hansen, Sarah Hansen, Michael Harsche, Erin Haugen, Scott Honkola, Mark Hovland, Taleana Huff, Thomas Hutchens, Nathan Jackson, Isaac Jensen, Jessica Keys, Alyssa Kopp, Justin Kuhn, Sarah Laszewski, Maria Liebler Irwin, Courtney McDonald, Haley McGuire, Shawn McNally, Johnathan Metz, Eric Nagel, Dakota Noot, Aaron Norby, Kyla Olson, Dillon Parker, Ryan Patterson, Sara Paulson, Timothy Paulson, Kayla Pazdernik, Devon Peightal, Tyler Przybylski, Megan Quintus, Stephanie Rausch, Wyatt Sabot, Joslin Seidel, Zach Selzler, Christine Sorenson, Amber Stecher, Benjamin Storhaug, Adam Swigost, Andrea Taborsky, Morgan Tescher, Emily Theurer, Mandy Wagner, Apryl Walth, Katie Weigel, Luther Weiser, Hailey Whitman, Madisson Whitman, Brea Wike, William Woodworth;

Carrington — Danielle Boehmer, Audra Braaten, Chelsie Pollert; Center — Samantha Bonsness, Micheal Henke, Kaylee Lackman;

Dawson — Jeffrey Strom; Dickinson — Justine Gab, Myra Heth, Katie Hewson, Alexus Hoffmann, Darcie Lujan, Madison Porter, Jakee Stoltz, Megan Strube, Luke Van Ells, Christina Zach;

Edgeley — Taylor Erickson; Ellendale — Ty Bommersbach, Adam Heine;

Gackle — Andrew Owen; Garrison — John Mcewen, William Robinson;

Hannover — Carissa Hintz; Hazen — Allee Mead, Melissa Rothe, Jared Weinand; Hettinger — Nicholas Kludt;

Kulm — Kari Kusler;

Linton — Sarah Lawler;

Mandan — Lindsey Altringer, Samantha Hersch, Madison Krebsbach, Breanna Levi, Lisa Meyers, John Persson, Jonathan Preszler, Sierra Schafer; Moffit — Alexis Nicholson;

New Salem — Janna Beth;

Parshall — Remington Zacher;

Ray — Brian Viall;

Scranton — Chloe Krinke;

Velva — Zachary Craig;

Watford City — Ty Skarda; Williston — Amy Armstrong, Tyler Eiken, Angela Goebel, Seth Grundstad, Margaret Lambert, Corey Langerud, Garred Olson, Megan Ryckman, Brianna Salwey, Noel Smith, Katherine Wilt; Wilton — Brian Tschosik; Wishek — Rachel Becker; and

Zap — Brandon Renner.

Honor students

Lake Region State College has released its honor students lists for spring 2012. Students who maintained high academic standings of at least 3.25 are placed on the dean’s list. Students who maintained a 4.0 are placed on the president’s list.

Area students named to the dean’s list include: Berthold — Matthew Walsh; Bismarck — Brad Heger; Carrington — Jordan Harildstad, Natasha Norton and Jessica Vandehoven; Mandan — Justin Heldstab; Sawyer — Madison Burtch; Steele — Hailey Geibel; and Williston — William Holler.

Area students named to the president’s list include: Bismarck — Joshua Olson Swigart; Butte — Natasha Jacobs; Williston — Jason Barten; and Wing — Samuel Fox.

UND dean’s list

The University of North Dakota deans’ list includes students whose grade-point averages are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University’s degree granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than “satisfactory/unsatisfactory.”

Area honorees include: Anamoose — Dustin Rudnick; Ashley — Heather Lepp;

Beulah — Jon Langeliers, Benjamin Maliske, Carly Rudolf, Lucas Schnaidt, Jared Seibel, Kendra Seibel; Bismarck — Jordan Adolf, Bobbi Anderson, Megan Beck, Alexandra Beckler, Chelsea Boger, Brandon Boyd, Kristin Canham, Elliot Carvell, Brooke Christensen, Jaclin Churchill, Nathan Curry, Jordan Ensz, Ruth Erdahl, Aaron Fettig, Kristin Fornshell, Morgan Frerking, David Gendreau, Matthew Gerenz, Michael Gilchrist, Jessica Hansen, Sarah Hansen, Michael Harsche, Erin Haugen, Maggie Hendrickson, Mark Hovland, Taleana Huff, Nathan Jackson, Kamela Kelsch, Jessica Keys, Alyssa Kopp, Elizabeth Kraft, Justin Kuhn, Sarah Laszewski, Kelsey Ledger, Maria Liebler Irwin, Casey Loesch, Hannah Loesch, Matthew McCleary, Courtney McDonald, Haley McGuire, Shawn McNally, Johnathan Metz, Sarah Nelson, Dakota Noot, Aaron Norby, Kyla Olson, Kayla Owens, Dillon Parker, Sara Paulson, Timothy Paulson, Kayla Pazdernik, Devon Peightal, Tyler Przybylski, Megan Quintus, Stephanie Rausch, Cullen Reiser, Kari Schwaderer, Zach Selzler, Tiffany Shiu, Christine Sorenson, Benjamin Storhaug, David Stroh, Adam Swigost, Andrea Taborsky, Morgan Tescher, Emily Theurer, Mandy Wagner, Apryl Walth, Katie Weigel, Luther Weiser, Hallie Welk, Hailey Whitman, Brea Wike, William Woodworth, Christopher Wos; Bowman — Kelsey Erickson, Megan Kelly, Terrance Pendergrass, Jared Ridl;

Carrington — Danielle Boehmer, Audra Braaten, Chelsie Pollert; Center — Samantha Bonsness, Kaylee Lackman;

Dickinson — Justine Gab, Myra Heth, Katie Hewson, Alexus Hoffmann, Darcie Lujan, Daniel O’Brien, Madison Porter;

Ellendale — Ty Bommersbach; Epping — Mari Biel;

Gackle — Andrew Owen; Garrison — John Mcewen, William Robinson;

Halliday — Shaun Klee; Hannover — Carissa Hintz; Hazen — Allee Mead, Emma Miller, Melissa Rothe, Jared Weinand; Hettinger — Nicholas Kludt;

Mandan — Samantha Hersch, Jesse Kist, Madison Krebsbach, Breanna Levi, Lisa Meyers, John Persson, Jonathan Preszler, Sierra Schafer, Alexandra Simmons, Andrew Tweet, Brittni Winkler; Moffit — Alexis Nicholson;

New England — Carissa Rasch;

Parshall — Remington Zacher; Pick City — Melissa Roller; Pisek- Ian Foerster;

Ray — Britta Liesener, Brian Viall;

Scranton — Chloe Krinke;

Velva — Zachary Craig;

Watford City — Chris Larsen, Ty Skarda; Williston — Amy Armstrong, Tyler Eiken, Angela Goebel, Seth Grundstad, Margaret Lambert, Corey Langerud, Garred Olson, Megan Ryckman, Vincent Wagner, Katherine Wilt; Wilton — Nathan Roehrich, Brian Tschosik; Wishek — Rachel Becker; and

Zap — Brandon Renner.

MSU dean’s list

Minot State University has announced the dean’s lists for the 2012 spring semester. To be recognized on the dean’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 to 3.79 for the semester and complete a minimum of 12 hours of instruction.

A total of 143 undergraduate students were named to the College of Arts and Sciences dean’s list. Area students are: Berthold — Nicole Stivers; Beulah — Alyssa Bauer; Bismarck — Lacey Hareland, Erin Neumann, Sandra Renton, Keenan Schuler, April Smith, David Stewart; Burlington — Braden Burckhard, Courtney Weiss; Douglas — Shane Knutson; Edgeley — Hannah Rivers; Ellendale — Sarah Johnston; Mandan — Tyler Leingang; Max — Belinda Zabka; Menoken — Kristen Opdahl; Ryder — Taylor Brown; Sawyer — Tyler Kroke, Kala Yarbrough; Stanley — Taylor Grihorash; Velva — Jamie Effertz, Marshall Hill, Joshua Sandy, Zachary Wiest, Tyler Ystaas; Washburn — Maria Clayton; Watford City — Karlee Hanna, Nicholas Liebel, Douglas Rolfson; and Williston — Cheyanne Colace, Michael Delorme, Paige Olson, Douglas Richter, Ella Van Berkom.

A total of 176 students were named to the College of Education and Health Sciences dean’s list. Area students are: Anamoose — Kari Weninger; Bismarck — Jessica Bunke, Brian Copeland, Kirstie Dienert, Travis Hill, Jason Jund, Chelsea Lang, Kaylin Salwei, Garth Weir; Des Lacs — Katelyn Beck, April Martin, Rodney Nogosek; Dick-inson — Emily Gordon, Shari Hewson; Drake — Kristeena Smith; Ellendale — Jean Bailey; Harvey — Casey Seltvedt, Trista Weinmann; Hazen — Brady Foss; Lefor — Autumn Richard; Makoti — Trina Howell, Kelcey Lee; Mandan — Brittni Auch, Autumn Filipek; Manning — Randi Moore; Max — Ashley Fedorenko; New Town — Shelby Deserly; Parshall — Kristen Woods; Plaza — Alicia Rogers; Stanley — Kaloni Erickson; Steele — Alexandra Schmidt; Velva — Jaci Norbury, Sarah Weidler; Voltaire — Kara Kuntz; Washburn — Tiffany Jaeger; and Williston — Kourtney Sundby, Lynesa Zent.

A total of 58 students were named to the College of Business dean’s list. Area students are: Beulah — Charity Mohl; Bismarck — Aubrie Anderson, Amanda Bartsch, Aaron Cummings, Travis Gumeringer, Andrew Oyen, Amy Schmidt; Burlington — Amber Ahmann, Ashley Hynson; Dickinson — Heidi Berndt; Lincoln — Ashley Lesmeister; Palermo — Chelsea Harstad; and Velva — Sarah Riddel.

Honor students

The University of North Dakota’s academic honor society, Phi Beta Kappa, initiated 36 seniors into the Honor Society. Students eligible for Phi Beta Kappa include seniors pursuing bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences with excellent academic records.

The fall 2011 initiates included: Bismarck — Michael Harsche, biology, honors; and Nicholas Henes, geography; Hettinger — Nicholas Kludt, environmental geography; Mandan — John Persson, chemistry; and Williston — Zachary Eiken, history; and Kaitlin Ring, English, communication.

The spring 2012 initiates included: Bowman — Brennan Dyk, economics, mathematics; Dickinson — Shelby Dvorak, biology, pre-health; and Parshall — Remington Zacher, Chinese studies, accounting.

Dean’s list

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has announced the students named to the dean’s list/honor roll for the spring semester of the 2011-12 academic year.

Students from this area who qualified included: Bismarck — Michael daSilva, College of Arts and Sciences; Miran Saric, College of Business Administration and College of Journalism and Mass Communications; and John Welk, College of Arts and Sciences, 4.0 grade-point average; and Mandan — Anthony Fleck, College of Engineering.

Qualification for the dean’s list varies among the eight undergraduate colleges. Listed are the minimum grade-point averages on a 4-point scale (4.0 equals A) for each entity: College of Arts and Sciences, 3.7; College of Business Administration, 3.6; College of Engineering, 3.5; and College of Journalism and Mass Communications, 3.7. All qualifying grade-point averages are based on a minimum of 12 or more graded semester hours. Students can be on the dean’s list for more than one college.

Dahl presented

Lindsay Dahl, a senior animal science/biology major, participated in The University of Findlay’s Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity on April 12.

Dahl, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, is the daughter of Judi and Tom Dahl, Bismarck.

At the symposium, Dahl presented “Tetracycline Resistance Expression in Coliforms” to a group of her peers, professors and community members.

Honor rolls

Montana State University, Bozeman, has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2012. There are two MSU honor roll lists: the president’s and the dean’s honor roll. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours to be on either list.

Students with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average for the semester were named to the president’s honor roll. An asterisk follows the names of these students. The dean’s honor roll includes the students earning GPAs of 3.5 or above for the semester.

Students named to president’s or dean’s lists include: Bismarck — Abby Coleman and Martha Markwed; Mandan — Chelsey Wetch; and Williston — Jenna Raymond.

Honor lists

The academic high honor and honor lists (dean’s lists) for the past spring semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato have been announced.

Among the 2,961 students listed, a total of 748 students qualified for the high honor list by achieving a 4.0 straight “A” average, while 2,213 students earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for the honor list. To qualify for academic honors, undergraduate students must be enrolled for at least 12 credit hours for a grade.

Leslee Uhrich, Bismarck, was named to the high honor list.

PEO Sisterhood

The North Dakota State Chapter of the PEO Sisterhood awarded scholarships during its annual convention June 1-2 in Mandan.

PEO Chapter F of Bismarck sponsored three Jane A. Taylor scholarship recipients, all University of Mary students. These recipients are Kourtney Heinrich, early childhood elementary and special education, $1,100; Danielle Bauer, psychology, $1,100; and Kayla Wetch, exercise science, pre-physical therapy, $900.

The Jane A. Taylor North Dakota Scholarship is an endowed scholarship given to North Dakota women attending accredited colleges or universities in North Dakota. Awards are based upon North Dakota residency, scholarship, character, school and community involvement.

Yineman admitted

Samantha Yineman, daughter of George and Kimberlie Yineman, Bismarck, has been admitted to North Dakota State University “with distinction.” She will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in psychology and study pre-dental courses. Distinction means that NDSU is acknowledging Yineman as an honor student.

Yineman also received the North Dakota State University Presidential Honor Scholarship, which totals $10,000 over four years. The scholarship recognizes high academic achievement and requires the student to score a 29 or above on the ACT.

Juris doctor in law

Robert Pathroff, a resident of Bismarck, received a juris doctor in law during the May Southern Methodist University commencement ceremony held in Dallas.

Scholarship given

Nathan Hollatz, Bismarck, has received a $2,000 Upperclass Academic Scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. The scholarship was donated to MSUM by the LB Hartz Foundation. Hollatz is the child of Kevin and Angie Hollatz.

The Upperclass Academic Scholarship is available to students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 and completion of at least 12 MSUM credits. The award recognizes outstanding academic achievement, leadership and contributions to campus and community organizations.

Dean’s list

Mayville State University announced that the following students have been listed on the dean’s list for the spring semester of 2012: Chanda Stelter and Kimberly Zuther, both of Bismarck.

In order to be named to the dean’s list, each student has attained a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher and has successfully completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours of regular academic credit from Mayville State.

Tetley graduates

Preston Tetley, Bismarck, has graduated from Central Methodist University- Columbia with a bachelor of science in business.

Dean’s list

The University of Montana Western announced its spring 2012 dean’s list, which includes local residents currently studying at the institution in Dillon, Mont. The dean’s list includes students who achieved a 3.33 grade-point average or better.

Area students include Jade Felix, Mandan, and Kaitlyn Forster, Richardton.

Team awarded

Bismarck State College Athletic Director, Buster Gilliss, announced that the Mystic volleyball and women’s soccer teams have both earned NJCAA Academic Team of the Year honors for 2011-12. The volleyball team had a cumulative grade-point average of 3.27 and the women’s soccer team had a cumulative GPA of 3.03.

Students graduate

The following Bismarck residents graduated from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn.:

Peter Knudsen graduated with a history and Russian area studies major. He is the son of Dean and Debra Knudsen.

Ian Straehley graduated cum laude with a psychology and music major. In addition, he was awarded membership in Psi Chi. He is the son of Kristin Gonzalez and Douglas Straehley.

Scholl gets degree

Austin Scholl, Menoken, was among the 146 students who received degrees and certificates during Black Hawk College East Campus commencement ceremonies held May 18 in Kewanee, Ill.

Scholl earned a perfect 4.0 grade-point average during his studies. He also received the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Scholarship Award which is given to members of the IHSA. Selection is made based on submitted applications and essays.

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