Outstanding Student Organizations Honored
The South Dakota Board of Regents took time Wednesday to honor student organizations from Dakota State University, South Dakota State University, and Northern State University for their outstanding academic, community, and organizational work.
Award for Academic Excellence – Women in Science and Technology promotes positive relationship building among women enrolled in science and technology fields. This group provides support to its members by sponsoring professional speakers and development of support networks early in students’ academic careers.
David Borofsky, DSU President; Dr. Barbara Szcerbinska, Associate Professor of Physics; Jessi Simcox; Dean Krogman, President Board of Regents; Jack Warner, Executive Director Board of Regents.
Community Service Award – Phi Beta Lambda brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Members have the opportunity to build their resume, network with business leaders, enjoy the rewards of volunteerism, and experience special activities.
David Borofsky, DSU President; Dr. Lynette Molstad, Professor of Business and Information Systems; Megan Pifer; Andrew Van Demark; Dean Krogman, President Board of Regents; Jack Warner, Executive Director Board of Regents.
Award for Organizational Leadership – The Richardson Hall Council promotes the welfare and interests of residents living within the Richardson residence hall on the Dakota State campus. Membership and participation in sponsored functions is open to all student residents who are in good standing with the university.
David Borofsky, DSU President; Brianna Mae Hanson, Residence Hall Director; BreAnn Lush; Dean Krogman, President Board of Regents; Jack Warner, Executive Director Board of Regents.