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Doll to receive honor from UND

Ethan Doll of West Fargo, a student at the University of North Dakota, is eligible to receive the D.J. Robertson Award for earning “straight A” averages for the 2014 spring semester.

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The award is presented to students who earn 4.0 grade-point averages for the semester while completing a minimum of 12 graded hours of academic coursework. The award honors the late D.J. Robertson, the first dean of UND’s University College and a faculty member for 37 years. Robertson helped create University College in 1955 and served as its dean until retiring in 1978. He passed away in 1993.

Pergande and Chambers attend Governor’s School

Tessa Chambers of West Fargo and Ross Pergande were selected for the 25th class of the North Dakota Governor’s School earlier this summer.

The two students participated in an intensive six-week course of academic study on the campus of North Dakota State University.

They also attended ethics lectures, fine arts study and cultural field trips.

A focus on service learning and leadership infuses the entire experience.

NDGS is supported by the North Dakota state Legislature.

Farrell earns 4.0 at Minot State

Joseph Farrell of West Fargo earned a 4.0 and was named to the spring semester 2014 president’s list at Minot State University.

To be named to the MSU president’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of at least 3.8 for the semester and complete a minimum of 12 hours of instruction.

DeJong makes dean’s list

Mary DeJong was one of 119 students named to the spring semester 2014 College of Arts and Sciences dean’s list at Minot State University. To be recognized in the dean’s list, students must earn a grade- point average of 3.5 to 3.79 for the semester and complete a minimum of 12 hours of instruction.

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