Education Briefs: Jan. 30, 2010SHELDON, Iowa — Ten students in the powerline program at Northwest Iowa Community College received scholarships based on academic achievement and leadership qualities.
By: DAILY GLOBE, Worthington Daily Globe
Mills earns Ph.D.
WORTHINGTON — David Mills, an instructor at Minnesota West Community & Technical College has conferred his Ph.D. in history from North Dakota State University.
Mills is the first graduate from NDSU to receive his doctoral degree in history. His dissertation was titled, “Cold War in a Cold Land Fighting Communism on the Northern Plains.”
Dodgen accepted to Bethany Lutheran
WORTHINGTON — Brianna Dodgen, Worthington, has been accepted for admission at Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato.
Dodgen is the daughter of Larry and Debra Dodgen of Worthington. She is a senior at Worthington High School.
Host families sought
WORTHINGTON — ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local families to host boys and girls ages 15 to 18 from a variety of countries.
Call the ASSE Midwest Regional Office at 1-800-736-1760 for more information.
Sibley woman performs in musical
ORANGE CITY, Iowa — Beth Kosters, Sibley, Iowa, will play Cinderella in Northwestern College’s upcoming production of “Into the Woods.”
The musical will be 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 18-20, 24, 25 and 27 in the England Theatre at Northwestern College. Call (712) 707-7098 for tickets.
NCC awards scholarships
SHELDON, Iowa — Ten students in the powerline program at Northwest Iowa Community College received scholarships based on academic achievement and leadership qualities. The following students were awarded scholarships:
Kory Meyer, of Sheldon, Iowa has been awarded The Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives-Pioneer Trust Fund Scholarship. Dave Curren, also of Sheldon, Iowa has been awarded The Bill Franey Memorial Powerline Scholarship.
NCC to celebrate 40th anniversary
SHELDON, Iowa — The Northwest Iowa Community College Electrical Program will celebrate its 40 th Anniversary with an open house from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Hot dogs, chips and refreshments will be served. Tours of the Electrical Program’s classrooms and labs will also be available.
Alumnus and those thinking about entering the electrical program are welcome to attend.
Call 1-800-352-4907 for more information.