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Wieger on dean’s list
Dakota wesleyan university, Mitchell fall semester dean’s list includes jonathan Wieger, Waubay. Qualifying students have a semester grade point average of at least 3.5 on a four-point scale and at least 12 hours of academic work.

Helmer on team
Kate Helmer, Day county 4-Her earned a position on the SD horse judging team that competed at the Western National Roundup Jan. 8-11 in Denver, CO. More than 900 youth from over 30 states and Alberta, Canada attended. additional South Dakota team members were Blayne Martinez, Bobbi Soukup, Alyssa standifer and coach Jennifer Martinez.

The team judged halter and performance classes. Combined scores from halter and performance classes and their reasons scores earned them eighth overall out of 14 judging teams. Helmer placed 11th overall individual in the halter division. The team placed sixth in the halter division, 12th judging the performance classes and their reasons scores earned them 10th.

Dulitz chosen
Michael Dulitz, Webster is one of three University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health sciences master of public health students who received stipend awards from the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center. Dulitz will organize cooperative learning sessions to assist with the implementation of electronic health records in eight public health units that make up the Northeast North Dakota Public Health collaboration.

Students receive a stipend that supports field placements and collaborative learning projects. They were selected because they proposed projects in rural areas, work with underserved populations or work to support tribal health on a reservation or urban Indian health.

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