Williston State College campus successes

October 26, 2018

TrainND Hosts Disaster Symposium

TrainND – Northwest will host its second annual Disaster & Emergency Preparedness Symposium from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 23 at TrainND.

The event brings industries, public emergency response officials, and interested parties in the Bakken Region together to learn about potential disasters and how to prepare for and respond to them.

This year’s presenters will focus on various topics including industry-related emergency preparedness, public service, and medical facilities’ roles in emergency response, counter terrorism, and the opioid crisis.

 

Supporting Education through Art

Local artist Jamie Azevedo continues to use her artistic talent to support educational opportunities for future female students at Williston State College.

From October 2 through 28, the James Memorial Art Center will display Azevedo’s work, “The Female Gaze” and “Preserving History” with an opening reception on Friday, October 5 from 7-9 p.m.

For each piece sold from “The Female Gaze”, $50 will be contributed to an educational scholarship through the WSC Foundation to assist in funding a woman’s studies at WSC.

 

Teton Trail [of Treats]: 3 Years of Spooky Fun

Williston State College once again welcomes Williston’s trick-or-treaters to walk its halls for the popular Halloween event: Teton Trail [of Treats].

The family-friendly event – now in its 3rd year – is free and open to the public and is on Wednesday, October 31 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

WSC will host 15 spooky stops for children and their families to play games, watch movies, and receive candy or prizes from WSC employees, clubs, and departments.