Student news: Area students graduate from NDSU

Jane Wunderlich
Jane Wunderlich

Northland Community & Technical College

Jane Wunderlich of Perham, a student at the Northland Community & Technical College, was awarded the Gigstad Education Endowment Scholarship and Gordon & Jan Peterson Endowment Scholarship at the Northland Awards Spring 2020 Foundation Scholarships event.

College of St. Scholastica

Lisa Novak of New York Mills has completed a certificate program at The College of St. Scholastica. Novak earned a Certificate in Literacy Instruction during the fall commencement ceremony.

North Dakota State University

Several area students graduated for North Dakota State University in fall 2019. An asterisk indicates the student graduated with honors:


  • Aimee Faith Christopherson, BS, Business Administration
  • Alyssa Kathryn Lewis, BS, Criminal Justice



  • *Marissa Geyer, BS, Biological Sciences

New York Mills

  • Zachary Taylor Bauck, BSN, Nursing
  • Evan Joseph Hoffman, BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


  • *Ryan C. DeConcini, BS, Accounting
  • Kristina Jo Galbrecht, BS, Psychology
  • *Jordan Elizabeth Martinson, BS, Exercise Science
  • *Matthew John Stoll, BS, Social Science Education


  • *Alexander Jay Suchy, BSEE, Electrical Engineering

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Several Perham students have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities:

  • Kolbey R. Bormann, sophomore, Carlson School of Management
  • Austin A. King, senior, Carlson School of Management
  • Jace F. Kovash, sophomore, Carlson School of Management
  • Keith D. Nordick, junior, College of Liberal Arts

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Kassidy Steinbach of New York Mills has been named to the Academic High Honor list (dean's list) for the fall semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She was one of 915 students to qualify for the High Honor List by achieving a 4.0 straight-A average, according to a news release.

Concordia College

Leah Roberts, an English education major from New York Mills, was named state champion in Oratory (persuasive), Prose and Informative Speaking at the Minnesota Collegiate Forensic Association State Tournament Feb. 15 and 16 at Concordia. Concordia Speech won first place at the tournament.

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