The NDSCS Alumni/Foundation will recognize a group of distinguished alumni and friends as its 2020 Homecoming Honorees. The honorees will be celebrated at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 25 during the Alumni and Friends Awards Recognition in the Hektner Student Center on the NDSCS campus in Wahpeton. While capacity for the event is limited to maintain guidelines to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, tickets are available for sale to members the public who would like to attend the recognition ceremony.
The community is invited to join North Dakota State College of Science and the NDSCS Alumni Foundation as they celebrate Homecoming September 25-26, 2020 in Wahpeton, N.D. Several schedule adjustments are being made due to the impacts of COVID-19; however, a full line-up of events is still planned. The schedule of events is available and will continue to be updated online at ndscsalumni.com/homecoming.
The North Dakota State College of Science 2020 football season has been cancelled, as the College’s football conference, the Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC), announced today that it will limit its fall sports to those that have been identified as low-risk as it relates to COVID-19.
Four years of high school, then four years at a university, and on to a career. It’s the typical education-to-work path that students have been taught for years.
However, education paths no longer follow such a straight line to job satisfaction, as Nick Braun, current RDO Equipment Co. Access Your Future (AYF) Service Intern experienced.
His Own Path
The Gene Haas Foundation has awarded a $35,000 grant to support the Precision Machining Technology department at North Dakota State College of Science. The funds will be used to award scholarships to current and future NDSCS Precision Machining Technology students. Representatives from Productivity, Inc. visited NDSCS to present the check on behalf of the Gene Haas Foundation.
This year’s grant follows a $30,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation in the fall of 2018. That grant resulted in scholarships for 16 Precision Machining Technology students.