25 Minot State students tapped for ‘Who’s Who’ list
“Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” selected 25 juniors and seniors from Minot State University for inclusion in the 2014 edition. A campus nomination committee and editors of the annual directory chose the students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. They will be honored at a luncheon April 9 at noon in the Conference Center, third floor of the Student Center.
Listed by hometown, class rank and major, they are:
From North Dakota
Beulah – Nicole Behm, senior, elementary education and special education.
Bismarck – Danielle Smith, senior, elementary education; Jenessa Whitmore, senior, German education.
Ellendale – Sarah Johnston, senior, history.
Glen Ullin – Mara Hintz, senior, broadcasting (public relations).
Minot – Courtney Albertson, senior, business education; Katelyn Backes, senior, accounting and finance; Brooklyn Bender, junior, nursing; Breanna Benson, senior, elementary education and special education; Callie Cook, junior, management; Alan Jermiason, senior, music education; Matthew Jermiason, senior, music education; McKenzee Kemper, senior, nursing; Samuel Olson, senior, biology, chemistry and mathematics; Jared Schumaier, senior, chemistry and psychology.
Mohall – Jorden Brown, senior, communication disorders.
Stanley – Taylor Grihorash, senior, art (graphic design).
Velva – Joshua Sandy, senior, broadcasting (public relations).
Watford City – Tyler Flatland, junior, biology education.
From other states
Atascadero, Calif. – Jamie Council, senior, broadcasting (production).
Bainville, Mont. – Lindsey Nelson, senior, communication disorders.
Froid, Mont. – Kaitlyn Dahlberg, senior, management.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio – Rachelle Brown, senior, nursing.
Barnwell, S.C. – Anna Barlet, junior, marketing and international business.
Creston, British Columbia – Kowan O’Keefe, senior, chemistry and mathematics.
To make a reservation for the luncheon, contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs by April 4 at 858-3299 or 1-800-777-0750, ext. 3299.