Minot Sertoma Club Pledges $100,000 to MiSU Foundation

June 24, 2014

Minot Sertoma Club pledges $100,000 to MiSU foundation

Continuing a tradition of supporting Minot State University speech and hearing efforts, Mylan Sand, Minot Sertoma Club president, presented $28,000 to Marv Semrau, MSU vice president for advancement. Minot Sertoma Club pledged $100,000 to the MSU Development Foundation to enhance the Minot Sertoma Club Scholarship fund and to fund equipment in the Department of Communication Disorders. The check is the first installment of that commitment.

Five at MiSU earn Achievement Awards

Three faculty members, Darren Dobrinski, Leisa Harmon and Vicki Michels, and two staff members, Tiffany Fylling and Evelyn Klimpel, receive MSU Board of Regents Achievement Awards for dedicated service to Minot State at MSU’s annual Employee Recognition and Retirement event.

MiSU student earns Capital One Academic All-District

Kowan O’Keefe becomes the first male student-athlete at Minot State to earn Capital One Academic All-District as he was named to the Men’s At-Large team. A 4.0 GPA student majoring in chemistry and biology, O’Keefe was fifth at the NSIC Championships.