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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 10, 1999
NSU GRADUATE ACCEPTS POSITION AT SDSM& T
Donald Hapward, a 1968 graduate of Southwestern College, recently accepted a position as Director of Admissions at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) in Rapid City. Hapward earned a Bachelor of Arts in History & Political Science from Southwestern College and a Master of Arts in American History from Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas.
In his new position Hapward will be responsible for enrollment planning, development and implementation of marketing and student recruitment strategies, conduct and analyze market research, collaborate with university relations admission related publications and assist with the K- 12 outreach program.
Hapward comes to Tech with 28 years experience in the admissions profession and three years experience as a high school educator. He most recently came from Union College, Kentucky where he served as Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.
“ I hope to build on the ‘ Traditions of Excellence’ at SDSM& T, work with guidance counselors and high schools in South Dakota and to foster a strong working relationship with the outstanding alumni of SDSM& T,” said Hapward. “ I want to work closely with the Alumni office to establish and develop an alumni/ admissions organization which will work to enhance the student recruitment effort for the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology.”
The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology has established a world- wide reputation as an outstanding engineering and science institution. Our graduates design, construct, and operate modern technology to meet complex challenges. Our alumni are held in the highest regard by their fellow leaders in industry, consulting, government, health and education.
( I: univrel/ pressrel/ 0999 New Faculty – Donald Hapward fxd Southwestern College)
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