Douglas County student news for March 18, 2022

President's list, dean's lists and other honors

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  • The following students graduated from the University of North Dakota in December. Alexandria: Courtney Dallum, bachelor of science in nursing; Rachel Kumorowicz, bachelor of science in nursing; Glenwood: Megan Stephens, bachelor of arts; Kensington: Cheyenne Kaliher, bachelor of business administration; Kailee Kaliher, bachelor of science; Osakis: Shea Olson, bachelor of business administration, summa cum laude; Miranda Petrich, bachelor of accountancy, magna cum laude, and bachelor of arts, magna cum laude.
  • The following students graduated from South Dakota State University during summer or fall 2021: Alexandria: Kayla Jean Egenes, summa cum laude, bachelor of science. Farwell: Jack David Englund, bachelor of science. Parkers Prairie: Garret Jakk Wehking, associate of arts, SAHSS

Academic honors
Dakota Zollner of Garfield was named to the chancellor's list at University of Minnesota Rochester for earning a GPA of 3.666 or higher during fall semester.

Other honors
Emily Madson of Alexandria, was initiated into the Colorado Christian University Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society. She was among 342 new initiates from 11 universities during February 2022. Students initiated into the society must be sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate/professional students in the top 35% of their class, demonstrate leadership experience, and embrace its ideals. Fewer than 5% of students on a campus are invited to join each year.

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