Zoe Langemo, Fargo, will join middle school students from across the nation to take part in Envision’s Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. Langemo was nominated to attend the program by her seventh-grade social studies teacher, Cameron Haaland, at Liberty Middle School in West Fargo. In addition to being an honor roll student, Langemo also served as student council president and was voted Student of the Year in 2017.
The following students at Concordia College were named to the 2019 Family Weekend committees: Anna Donley, ice cream social, Moorhead; Taylor Erholtz, tailgaiting, Moorhead; Katie Ohren, executive, Moorhead; Lauren Shekore, tailgaiting, Moorhead; Kasey Ferguson, marketing, Fargo; Allison Lee, marketing, Fargo; Anna Sprunger, marketing, Fargo.
Casondra Rutschke, North Dakota State University, received national recognition at the Phi Beta Lamda Awards of Excellence Program on June 27. Rutschke competed in two events, business communication and job interview, and brought home first place in both events. Rutschke was also recognized as a recipient of the Institute for Leaders and National Leadership Conference Scholarships, member of the 2018-19 PBL Conference Experience Committee, and 2019 North Dakota Who's Who Award Recipient. North Dakota State University’s Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was recognized as a gold seal and outstanding local chapter. NDSU Chapter Adviser, Andrea Smith, was recognized as the 2019 North Dakota Outstanding Local Chapter Adviser.