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Burckhard working to make a difference

After taking a pre-medicine curriculum course and watching an ophthalmologist perform a cataract surgery, Brady Burckhard ’12 knew what he wanted to do with his career.

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CAREER FAIR

Minot State Career Center plans two fairs

The Minot State University Career Center has planned two career fairs, with an Education Meet & Greet scheduled for Tuesday, March 26 and a University-wide Career Fair for Wednesday, March 27.

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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Beavers and Brew adds BBQ to the 2019 lineup

The third annual Minot State University Alumni Association Beavers and Brew series will shift from burgers to barbeque as this year’s co-host is Bone’s BBQ, Smokehouse & Grill. The 2019 Beavers, Brew and BBQ is set for Friday, April 5 starting at 6 p.m.

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ADMINISTRATION FEATURE

Brooks: An inquiring mind

Michael Brooks took an unorthodox path to his current role as director of academic assessment at Minot State.

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RECOVERY REINVENTED

North Dakota first lady to speak at Minot State

North Dakota first lady Kathryn Burgum will be at the Minot State campus on Tuesday, March 26 for a Recovery Reinvented panel discussion about drug addiction and recovery affecting university students in Aleshire Theater at 11 a.m.

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STAFF FEATURE

Mennem uses family history for Native American diversity, cultural training

For Annette (Grant) Mennem ‘00/’07, Minot State University Native American Center director and Diversity Council co-chairperson, family stories and culture aren’t just a part of history; they are fluid and play a part in everyday life.

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Student Government Association to host author, entrepreneur Willkom

The Minot State University Student Government Association (SGA) is hosting author and entrepreneur Kyle Willkom for a workshop and a keynote address Monday, April 1.

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