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Six selected for NDSU induction

Six people have been inducted into the Tapestry of Diverse Talents at North Dakota State University. They are Ann Burnett, director of Women's Studies and associate professor of communication; Justin Kutzer, a senior business major; Anna Grazul-B...

Six people have been inducted into the Tapestry of Diverse Talents at North Dakota State University.

They are Ann Burnett, director of Women's Studies and associate professor of communication; Justin Kutzer, a senior business major; Anna Grazul-Bilska, associate professor of animal and range sciences; Carol Johnson, administrative assistant in the Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials; Penny Aipperspach, coordinator of Cooperative Education in the Career Center; and Agnes Ngalelyonga, a student in the education doctorate program.

The Tapestry is a pictorial mosaic that recognizes students, faculty, staff and alumni for their contributions to supporting and encouraging diversity at NDSU.

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