On campus - July 3, 2011

2011-07-03T02:00:00Z On campus - July 3, 2011 Bismarck Tribune
July 03, 2011 2:00 am

Starting at U-Mary

Area students are among hundreds of new students about to pursue a degree at the University of Mary starting the fall semester of 2011.

The students are:

Kayden Candrian, a graduate of Beulah High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Dennis and Kim Candrian of Beulah.

Dustin Rueb, a graduate of Beulah High School, plans to major in occupational therapy and run track and field. He is the son of Todd Rueb and Darcy Rueb of Beulah.

Leighton Guthmiller, a graduate of Beulah High School, plans to major in social studies and participate in track and field. He is the son of Gordon and Cay Guthmiller of Beulah.

Dillon Lange, a graduate of Bismarck High School, is the son of Kerwin and Shannon Lange of Bismarck.

Chelcie Williams, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Michael Williams and Tanya Williams, both of Bismarck.

Timothy West, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical therapy. He is the son of Robert and Debra West of Bismarck.

Jordan Hahn, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in special education and run track. She is the daughter of Brian and Karen Hahn of Bismarck.

Lexy Brown, a graduate of Century High School, plans to double major in biology and biology education and participate in intramurals. She is the daughter of David and Lori Brown of Bismarck.

Sarah Porter, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in exercise science and be involved in cross-country and choir. She is the daughter of Thomas and Jennifer Porter of Bismarck.

Megan Helm, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in chemistry and take part in choir. She is the daughter of Sue Helm of Bismarck.

Alicia Baumiller, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in nursing. She is the daughter of Doug and Julie Baumiller of Bismarck.

Chase Dinga, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in accounting with a minor in business administration. He is the son of Byron and Susan Dinga of Bismarck.

Lily Holt, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in radiologic technology be part of the Marauders Cheer Team. She is the daughter of Judd and Erin Holt of Bismarck.

Jessica Pearson, a graduate of Shiloh Christian School, plans to major in business. She is the daughter of Douglas and Janet Pearson of Bismarck.

Ryan Wolf, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in nursing. He is the son of Mike and Pam Wolf of Bismarck.

Jordyn Fischer, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in occupational therapy. She is the daughter of Pius and Lynn Fischer of Bismarck.

Sara Buchholz, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in psychology. She is the daughter of Kelly and Shari Buchholz of Bismarck.

Lacey Brown, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical therapy and take part in intramurals. She is the daughter of David and Lori Brown of Bismarck.

Kasandra Cariveau, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical education and play softball. She is the daughter of Rob and Keri Cariveau of Bismarck.

Sara Knudson, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in social work and be part of the many clubs that are available at Mary. She is the daughter of Jason and Wendy Knudson of Bismarck.

Caja Sipes, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in occupational therapy and play soccer. She is the daughter of Tammy and Dan Sipes Jr. of Bismarck.

Tate Schwede, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in biology and participate in the Optimist Club on campus. He is the son of Marc Schwede and Sandra Schwede, both of Bismarck.

Zane Miller, a graduate of Shiloh Christian School, plans to major in biology, continue to participate in FCA and play football. He is the son of Roger and Melissa Miller of Bismarck.

Caleb Rust, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in mechanical engineering. He is the son of Jeff and Laura Rust of Bismarck.

Amanda Chumley, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in elementary education. She is the daughter of Lorrie and Jackie Chumley of Bismarck.

Taylor Boeder, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in radiologic technology. She is the daughter of Duane and Jennifer Boeder of Bismarck.

Peter Bopp, a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School, plans to major in business and play football. He is the son of Timothy Bopp and Marsha Bopp, both of Bismarck.

Mitchell Ohlhauser, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in physical education. He is the son of Randy and Mary Ohlhauser of Bismarck.

Sarah Hoffer, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in biology. She is the daughter of Todd and Jaymee Hoffer of Bismarck.

Tyrell Miller, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in biology and wrestle. He is the son of Kyle and Sarah Miller of Bismarck.

Ian Adams, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in criminal justice. He is the son of Jon and Mary Adams of Bismarck.

Kendall Kautz, a graduate of Bismarck High School, plans to major in criminal justice and participate in track and field. He is the son of Clint and Kathy Kautz of Bismarck.

Justin Ledger, a graduate of Century High School, plans to major in engineering and play basketball. He is the son of Charles and Kim Ledger of Bismarck.

DSU scholarships

Several area students received scholarships from Dickinson State University.

Samuel Brown of Bismarck has been awarded the Strom Business Scholarship. He is a senior business administration major. This scholarship is awarded to juniors and seniors who are aggressive and show promise of success in the business world. It is the largest scholarship given in the area of business and management.

Eric Gross of Bismarck has been awarded the Gary W. Schwartz Scholarship. He is a junior English major. This scholarship is awarded to language students who have at least a 2.5 GPA and show promise in the profession.

Akoya Heim of Bismarck has been awarded the John C. Thompson Memorial Scholarship and the Leila Woods Memorial Scholarship. Heim is a junior mathematics education major. The John C. Thompson Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of former mathematics professor, John Thompson. The Leila Woods Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who is pursuing a math major and has at least a 3.0 GPA.

Lacy Fix Hinsz of Bismarck has been awarded the Don Sletto Memorial Scholarship. She is a senior accounting major. This scholarship is awarded to an accounting major with a minimum grade-point average of 2.0.

Tyler Schmindkunz of Bismarck has been awarded the Johnny Ray Lackner Scholarship. He is an elementary education and mathematics education major. This scholarship is awarded to students pursing a degree in math with a GPA of at least 2.8.

Allison Stagl of Mandan has been awarded the Gary W. Schwartz Scholarship. She is a senior English and theater major. This scholarship is awarded to language students who have at least a 2.5 GPA and show promise in the profession.

Scholarships given

Area students received the North Dakota State University Presidential Scholarship, which totals $12,000 over four years. The Presidential Scholarship awards are among the most prestigious academic scholarships presented to incoming freshmen. The scholarship criteria requires the student to score a 32 or higher on the ACT.

The students are:

Elizabeth Burdolski, daughter of Dennis and Becky Burdolski, Bismarck, will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in soil science and biology.

Nicholas Erlandson, son of Jody Erlandson, Bismarck, will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in mathematics and chemistry.

Joseph Klabo, son of Steven and Nancy Klabo, Bismarck, will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in biology and minor in Spanish.

Scholarships given

The University of North Dakota has announced the recipients of the Outstanding High School Leadership Scholarship for the 2011-12 academic year.

The scholarship is awarded to high school seniors demonstrating outstanding leadership in high school and prospective leadership potential at UND. Other criteria for the award include strong academic performance and recommendations by high school staff members.

The Bismarck recipients are:

Marissa Gieszler, daughter of Jan and Shawn Gieszler, is a graduate of Bismarck High School.

Erin Haugen, daughter of Stacey and Barry Haugen, graduated from BHS.

Jessica Keys, daughter of Ross and Linda Keys, graduated from BHS.

Nicole Moen, daughter of Doug and Patricia Moen, is a graduate of St. Mary’s Central High School.

Kayla Owens, daughter of Patty and Dave Owens, is a graduate of BHS.

Amanda Sather, daughter of Charlotte and Alan Sather, is a graduate of BHS.

These students plan to attend UND in the fall.

Liebel recognized

Arielle Liebel, Watford City, has been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the spring 2011 semester dean’s list at Iowa State University in Ames. Students named to the dean’s list must have earned a grade-point average of at least 3.5 while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work.

Maize on dean’s list

Allen Maize, Beulah, has been named to the dean’s list at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Maize achieved this academic honor by earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher during the spring 2011 semester.

Harrison recognized

Whitney Harrison, Williston, was named to the dean’s list at Southern Utah University for the spring 2011 semester. A total of 974 students comprise the list, representing the top 12 percent of SUU’s student body this past semester. To be included on the dean’s list, students must carry an academic load of at least 15 credits and earn a grade-point average of at least 3.6.

Feist on honor roll

Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo. announced the names of the 529 students selected to the dean’s honor roll for the spring semester 2011. Students who have carried 12 hours or more for graded credit and have earned a grade-point average of 3.5 or better qualify for the honor.

The area student named to the dean’s honor roll was Shane Feist of Bismarck.

Named to dean’s list

The following local students qualified for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln dean’s list/honor roll for the spring semester of the

2010-11 academic year.

Rachel Rixen, Bismarck, sophomore, College of Arts and Sciences, psychology.

Caleb Pickard*, Bismarck, senior, College of Arts and Sciences, philosophy.

Makenzie McPherson*, Bismarck, senior, College of Education and Human Sciences, nutrition science.

Qualification for the dean’s list varies among the eight undergraduate colleges and the Honor Roll for the Division of General Studies. Listed below are the minimum grade-point averages on a 4-point scale (4.0 equals A) for each entity and the name of its respective dean. All qualifying grade-point averages are based on a minimum of 12 or more graded semester hours. An asterisk (*) following a student’s name denotes a 4.0 grade-point average.

College of Arts and Sciences: minimum 3.7 GPA; and College of Education and Human Sciences: minimum 3.75 GPA.

Kapp in rodeo

James Kapp, a member of the North Dakota State University’s rodeo team, competed in this year’s College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.

Kapp, a senior from Steele, competed in bull riding.

To qualify for the College National Finals Rodeo, contestants must finish in the top three in the Great Plains Region. At the national level, contestants compete three times in their event. The top 12 then compete a fourth time in the Finals Short Go Performance. None of the NDSU team reached the Short Go round.

Pathroff graduates

Dennis Pathroff, a resident of Bismarck, received a bachelor of science in biological sciences during the May 2011 Southern Methodist University commencement ceremony in Dallas. After the University-wide commencement, SMU’s schools and departments held individual ceremonies throughout the day to honor graduates.

Scholarship given

Johnathan Metz, Bismarck, received the UND Presidential Scholarship from the University of North Dakota for the 2011-12 academic year. Metz, son of Dave and Cathy Metz, graduated from Century High School and plans to attend UND in the fall.

The scholarship is awarded to high school seniors who rank among the top half of one percent of entering college students in the nation, based upon high school grades and ACT or SAT test results.

Gonzaga graduates

Area students participated in Gonzaga University’s commencement ceremony held May 8 in Spokane, Wash. These students have either completed their undergraduate degree or are expected to complete their degree requirements this year.

Kendra Hutchens, Dickinson, graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts in environmental studies.

Lauren Billing, Keene, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in psychology.

DSU dean’s list

A total of 315 students were recently named to the Dickinson State University spring 2011 dean’s list. In order to be selected to the dean’s list, a student must have achieved a minimum semester grade-point average of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and have completed a minimum of 12 credits during the semester.

Area students are: Arnegard — Elyce Prestangen; Belfield — Shantel Boltz, Kirsten Felchle-Root, Hanna Hlebechuk, Ericka Hutzenbiler, Kimberly Kasian, Alexis Tooley; Bismarck — Joni Grasl, Cody Hilzendeger, Jerome Hoffman, Krystal Kne, Cindy Martin, Andrea Mathern, Paul Nagel, Chris Norman, April Schmidt, Noelle Schwarz, Erin Stockert, Marcus Ulmer, Kristin Vail, Brandon Wangler; Bowman — April Redetzke, Keisha Sparks, Amanda Tivey; Carson — Kelsey Tibke, Kyle Wells; Center — Tyler Erhardt; Dickinson — Whitley Abrahamson, Amber Adams, Kyle Adolf, Pet Akus, Janae Allen, Jaineen Andersen, Matthew Anderson, Meredith Andrus, Lindsey Arnold, Stephanie Arthaud, Amanda Beaudoin, Prabhat Bhattarai, Scott Biscomb, Kylee Bittner, Shayla Brandvik, Emily Bren, Caleb Burgard, Holly Callahan, Felix Cardoze, Angela Caulk, Rebecca Chepkirwok, Jennifer Clement, Ashley Decker, Bryan Decker, Scott Decker, Jessie Emery, Courtney Evoniuk, Daniel Fagerlund, Dan Fernandez, Cody Fox, Jodi Frank, Keith Frederick, Caitlin Friedt, Lewis Froelich, Alexandrea Gates, Billie Grinsteinner, Stephanie Hanson, Chance Hondl, Chantel Hubert, Miranda Huether, Ashley Jahner, Sarah Jennings, Rebecca Johnson, Gabriel Kihiro, Jesse Kilwein, Casey Klatt, Godwin Konde, Christopher Kovash, Michael Landblom, Brittany Lantz, Rebekah Larson, Brett Lefor, Courtney Lujan, Karen Lynch, Nathan Magstadt, Nathan Malkowski, Jennifer Marquez, Terri Matthews, Kathryn Mavity, Daniel Mehrer, Breanna Messer, Beau Miller, Jordan Mork, Matt Morris, Scott Murphy, Jenifer Murray, Rachel Myran, Ashley Nelson, Megan Neuberger, Tia Newton, Matthew Oase, Tobi Odika, Danielle O’Donnell, Godwin Oruh, Tiffanie Pavlicek, Kaitlin Ridl, Allison Sadowsky, Tyler Schmidkunz, Jessica Schmitt, Jennifer Schnaidt, Danielle Schoch, Nolan Schwartz, Joseph Stefalo, Candice Stegmiller, Jessica Talbert, Roshan Thakuri, Tyler Thompson, Jeffrey Tibor, Cora Tormaschy, Katie Tormaschy, Cassandra Trhlik, Marina Urbanec, Rebekah Vance, Gena VanderBusch, Jared Volesky, Trace Wells, Trevor Willis, Yuting Yang, Janelle Yoder, Kayla Ziemann; Gladstone — Jaime Hartleib, Christine Hetzel, Seth Walters; Glen Ullin — Christa Hellman, April Hintz; Hazen — Alexis Stiefel; Hettinger — Tianming Chen, Sarah Kooiman, Trisha Wolff; Killdeer — Chelsey Hlebechuk; Lemmon, S.D. — Alex Jacobs, Ethan Thom; Lincoln — Britny Baker; Mandan — Dustin Alderin, Victoria Ferderer, Ashley Fisher, Riley Knoll, Emily Ulmen; Medina — Angie Brown; Moffit — Billi Jo Wolf; Mott — Brandon Friez, Laura Greff; New England — Branigan Bender, Tiffaney Koffler; New Salem — Andrew Berry, Mekenzie Lebsock, Jaden Weiss; Pettibone — Kayla Leno; Richardton — Tyson Bohn, Niki Mitchell, Alynne Rhoades; Scranton — Amanda Moor; South Heart — Mandy Merkel, Seth Poland; Strasburg — Alexandria Lawler; Tioga — Tyler Lalim, Jared Vejtasa; Watford City — Amanda Hagerud; Williston — Jennifer Myren; Wilton — Alanna Smith; and Zeeland — Denise Pfeifer.

U of M dean’s list

Kaiya Spilde, Bismarck, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2011 semester at the University of Minnesota, Morris. To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.66 or higher while taking 12 or more credits.

NCU dean’s list

Briana Denning, Bismarck, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester of 2011 at North Central University in Minneapolis. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have demonstrated academic excellence by achieving a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher with a minimum of 12 credit hours.

Denning, daughter of Darvin and Cherie Denning, is a Bismarck High School graduate and is majoring in social work.

BU dean’s list

Samantha Stockman, a resident of Bismarck, has recently been named to the dean’s list at Boston University for the spring semester.

ONU dean’s list

Ryan Dahl, Sterling, was named to the dean’s list at Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais, Ill., during the recently completed spring 2011 semester. To qualify for inclusion on the dean’s list, a student must have been enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student and must have attained a semester grade-point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale.

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