Suelflow graduates from USF School of Law
Natasha Suelflow received a Juris Doctorate from the University of San Francisco School of Law with a Public Interest Law Certificate in a commencement ceremony May 21.
While at the USF School of Law, Suelflow was a two-time Zief Scholar, an article editor for the Journal of Law and Social Challenges, co-president of the Pride Law Association, and a Public Interest Law Foundation Grant recipient for her work at the Office of the Public Defender of San Francisco. She currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., and plans to take the New York State Bar exam in July. She graduated from Marshall High School in 2001 and received her bachelor's of arts degree from Macalester College in 2005. She is the daughter of Steve and Mary Suelflow of Marshall.
Thomas on Iowa Lakes spring honors list
Valerie Newhouse, the president of Iowa Lakes Community College, has released the spring honors list of full-time students (12 credits or more) who have demonstrated academic excellence by earning a grade point average of 3.25 (based on a 4.00) or higher.
Spring semester students who have achieved a 3.25 grade point average or better are recognized by inclusion on the dean's list. Among the students on the list are Shaye Thomas of Marshall.
Caron on UND spring 2011 dean's list
The University of North Dakota dean's list includes students whose grade point average are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University's degree granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than "satisfactory/unsatisfactory."
Chelsea Caron of Marshall is among the students who made the spring 2011 list.
Local student participates in national marketing competition
The University of Minnesota's student chapter of the National Agri-Marketing Association participated in a national marketing competition in Kansas City, Mo.
Among the 10 members who participated in the competition this past April was Kirby Schmidt of Marshall. Schmidt and his team were involved in NAMA's 2011 project to market iFS, an iPad applications development and training unit of a major agricultural cooperative.
The team spent the last several months conducting marketing research, writing a marketing plan and developing a final presentation.
In developing a marketing plan, Schmidt and his team followed the same practices and principles used by today's marketing professionals. They had to submit a written plan summary prior to the competition and make a formal presentation to a panel of judges that consisted of marketing and agribusiness professionals.
Overall, 30 NAMA student chapters participated in the marketing competition which is part of the National Agri-Marketing Association's annual conference and trade show. More than 300 student members attended the conference. The University of Minnesota's team placed in the top third of all student chapters.
Schmidt is a 2009 graduate of Marshall High and is majoring in animal science at the University of Minnesota.
Bakker among Mount Marty spring 2011 graduates
Mount Marty College, with campuses in Yankton, S.D., and Watertown, S.D., had its spring commencements in May.
Among the graduates who have successfully completed the requirements of their selected degree programs are Bethany Bakker of Marshall, bachelor's of arts in
English and graphic design plus media arts, cum laude.
Beebout among NDSCS graduates
The North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., awarded degrees, diplomas and certificates to 467 Wahpeton, Fargo and online graduates this year from 17 states and three international countries.
The graduates include:
Lee Huso of Cottonwood, certificate, welding technology.
Jon Beebout of Marshall, A.A.S., diesel technology.
Brockway receives degree from Marietta College
Celia Brockway of Tracy was among more than 250 students who received diplomas at Marietta College's 174th graduation ceremony May 8 in the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center. Brockway completed requirements for the bachelor of arts degree with a major in music.