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EDUCATION NOTES
  • University of Wisconsin-Extension educator James Anderson completed a volunteer assignment in Bangladesh funded by USAIDS Farmer-to-Farmer program and facilitated by Winrock International. Anderson was there to implement a youth entrepreneurship training curriculum he developed in 2017. During the trip, he facilitated a three-day workshop for 40 department trainers and district directors and he also held two two-day workshops for 40 entrepreneurs who previously completed department occupational training and started a small business. He introduced them to the Business Canvas Model to identify where their business is now and envision where they would like their business to be in the future. In addition, elements of the Entrepreneur Operation System were introduced to help the entrepreneurs make specific plans to achieve those business goals. Over the next year, the department plans to invest over $100 million in entrepreneur development and training, which includes implementing the curriculum assembled by James Anderson.
LEARNING NOTES
  • David Chen, who just finished seventh grade at Marshall School, earned an ACT composite score of 30 and prompted the Duke University Talent Identification Program to invite him to attend a recognition ceremony honoring students in the seventh grade talent search with high ACT or SAT scores. David was tested among 59,000 academically talented seventh-grade students and ranked in the top 1 percent among all students.
  • Cloquet junior Claire Taubman, seniors Morgan Smith and Jordin Weisz, and sophomore Abigail Smith were selected as Honorable Mention STEM Communicators for their research papers which were selected among the top 20 research papers in the state. Morgan Smith and Weisz’s paper was titled “The implementation of different pharmaceutical systems on ibuprofen contaminated Lake Superior water effects on lumbriculus variegatus.” Taubman’s research paper was titled “Plastic Eating Worms: The use of waxworm and mealworm gut bacteria to biodegrade polyethylene and polystyrene.” Abigail Smith’s paper was titled ”Measuring the sound intensity and reflection coefficients of materials inside an acoustically designed classroom (choir room), assisted by a custom impedance apparatus and modeled by two and three-dimensional models.” These Cloquet students were mentored by their science research teachers Dr. Cynthia Welsh and William Bauer. They received guidance from Dr. Michelle Gutsch, while working at the Duluth Environmental Protection Agency, Dr. John Dahl, UMD microbiology professor, and by acoustic professional David Braslau.
  • UMD’s Labovitz School of Business and Economics congratulates the 25 students who have accepted invitation into Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) membership. Dr. Ariuna Taivan, LSBE associate professor of economics, was also inducted. BGS, the business school equivalent of the liberal arts Phi Beta Kappa, invites only those students who have earned the distinction of “The Best in Class” during their academic career and doctoral students who have completed their dissertations. The newly inducted Beta Gamma Sigma students are juniors: Kjersten Anderson, Brendon Cleland-Babcock, Brandon Evancevich, Margaret Furlong, Emily Handshaw, Hannah Koller, Nicholas Lawson, Benjamin Liebl, Scott McNamara, Ryan Meyers, Sydney Nelson, Claire Plombon, Gage Read, Ryan Roeker, Yuanjun Song, Rachel Szymanski and Maggie Zheng; seniors: Marsha Jones, Hayley Lundgren, Grant Pulver, Brandon Sauve', Keke Sirjord, Brianna Walton, Xinyu Zhang, Xinyi Zheng; and faculty: Dr. Ariuna Taivan. Also, current BGS member Megan Stemper, who has a triple major of organizational management, marketing, and human resources, was able to participate in the BGS Global Leadership Summit this past year in Orlando. More than 400 BGS collegiate members heard from world-class speakers, gained priceless advice and insights from thought leaders, and networked with fellow BGS members.
  • UW-Superior announced its 2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships program award recipients. Seventeen student-mentor teams are taking part in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURF) at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. With the support of the UW-Superior Foundation, these students are working with a faculty or staff mentor to tackle a research or creative project of their choice. Recipients of the 2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships and Developmental Awards include: Fellowships: Johnathan Erickson with Dr. Brett Jones – Marimba: A Philosophy and Curriculum; Sam Hansen with Dr. Shon Schooler – Effect of Recreational Activity for Reduction of Goose Herbivory on Wild Rice in the St. Louis River Estuary; Scott Holmes with Dr. Jamie White-Farnham – Liveliness in Language: An Exploration of Blues’ Influence on Mainstream English; Emma Holst Grimm with Dr. Vanessa Hettinger – Backlash Exposure and its Effects on Self-Perception for Women; Jounglag Lim with Dr. Sergei Bezroukov – Vertex Isoperimetric Problems on Graphs; Chia-An Lin with Dr. Lorena Rios Mendoza – Microplastics: Environmental Forensics; Solene Martin with Dr. Hilary Fezzey – A Cultural Studies Analysis of the Japanese Fairy Tale, The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter; Ana Reyes Lam with Dr. Ephraim Nikoi – Home Away from Home: The Impact of Community Support in Social Integration in a New Place of Living; Xuan Zhu with Dr. Steven Rosenberg – UW-Superior Residence Hall Mail Handling System; and Hope Boothe with Dr. Heide Ford and Dr. Jenean O’Brien – University of Colorado Cancer Center Collaborative Fellowship. Developmental and 100-hour projects include: Abby Downs with Dr. Eleni Pinnow – Reducing Stigma Toward Mental Illness in College Age Students; Melissa France with Dr. Jamie White-Farnham – Just Plain Crazy: A Study of the Rhetoric of Mental Illness in U.S. News Outlets; Padraic Heberlein with Dr. Sergei Bezroukov – Guitar Tuner Project; Iveel Munkhbaatar with Dr. Sakib Mahmud – The Impact of Smart Growth Initiation on Developing Sustainable Agriculture in the State of Wisconsin; Rachel Turner with Dr. Lynn Goerdt – Mindfulness and Social Work Practice; Opeyemi Omiwale with Dr. Ephraim Nikoi – Intercultural Communication in the Workplace; Kalel Yates with Dr. Maria Stalzer Wyant Cuzzo – Exploring the Relationship between Police Socialization and Lethal versus Nonlethal Force Training: Implications for Police Officer Practice.
  • Outstanding students and tutors in the University of Wisconsin-Superior Student Support Services programs were honored at the university’s annual TRIO Awards Day. TRIO programs at UWS provide qualified students with the necessary assistance to achieve their educational goals. They include Upward Bound, which helps high school students prepare for college; Student Support Services, which provides tutoring and assistance to qualifying students; and the McNair Scholars program, which prepares first-generation college students and students from under-represented groups for graduate study. The following were honored: Upward Bound recognized Kaylea Holt as student of the year, and Morgan Johnson as the Tutor/Mentor of the year. Michael Jacobson was named as the $1,400 Gulland scholarship recipient, which will be applied to his 2018-19 term at UWS. Student Support Service recognized Michael Moretto for the 2018 UWS TRIO Achiever award for Outstanding Academic Support Center Tutor, Kristen Kelly for Outstanding Academic Support Center Student, Myriah Schilling for Outstanding Math Lab Tutor, Matt Short for Outstanding Math Lab Student, and Victoria Hull for Outstanding Student Involvement Leader. McNair Scholars Program recognized Reggie Semanko as Outstanding McNair Scholar of the Year. Semanko, who was mentored by Dr. Maria Cuzzo, will be attending Northern Illinois University in the fall. D’Andre Robinson was also recognized at TRIO Day as the McNair Researcher of the Year. Robinson, mentored by Dr. Meg Krausch, will likely attend UMD in the fall for his master’s degree. UWS’s Technology Services was awarded the 2018 UWS TRIO Achiever award for outstanding faculty, staff, or area.
  • Jaclyn Rehl, daughter of Richard and Jean Rehl of Superior, graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine with a doctor of veterinary medicine degree.
  • Jennifer Enich and Andy Aldrich, second-year dental students at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, were recently awarded Dr. Michael Till – Northern Minnesota Dental Scholarships. Jennifer is the daughter of Dr. Steve and Tonya Enich of Side Lake and Andy is the son of Gary Aldrich of Hibbing.
SERVICE NOTES
  • Aleksie Rengel, daughter of Jeff and Tammi Rengel of Duluth, received an appointment to the class of 2022 at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Rengel, a 2018 graduate of Marshall High School, is a member of the National Honor Society, was co-captain of the varsity volleyball team and a member of Youth in Government. She will be joining her brother who will be a senior at West Point.
  • U.S. Air Force Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Cameron L. Wuestneck graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas. Wuestneck, a 2016 graduate of Denfeld High School, is the son of Jennifer and Dwayne Wuestneck of Duluth.
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