Office of University Relations
501 E. St. Joseph Street • Rapid City, SD 57701-3995
Phone: (605) 394-6082/2554 • Fax: (605) 394-6177
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 23, 2002
Contact: Steve Buchholz, Public Information Manager, (605) 394-6082
Students Selected As Orientation Leaders
The following students have been selected as Orientation Leaders at the South
Dakota School of Mines and Technology. The group of 16 students has been
meeting regularly throughout the spring semester to prepare for the arrival of new
students in the upcoming summer and fall semesters.
Orientation Leaders are the first students who have contact with incoming
freshmen and transfer students. They guide, support and provide information. In
addition to helping students feel welcome, Orientation Leaders also are
responsible for planning Orientation Week. This includes scheduling and
planning events, programs and helping new students with placement testing and
Name Major Hometown
Brooke Dinger Math Aberdeen
Jenni Christensen Electrical Engineering Bloomington, Minn.
Scott Fritz Industrial Engineering Sioux Falls
April Hilzinger Chemistry Wright, Wyo.
Dawn Huston Civil Engineering Pierre
Dusty Johnson Computer Engineering Baltic
Lindsay Lipps Industrial Engineering Hay Springs, Neb.
Shelley Mansano Metallurgical Engineering and Chemistry Savage, Minn.
Mark Moberg Metallurgical Engineering Rapid City
Nick Newell Computer Engineering Havre, Mont.
Justin Reisenauer Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Hettinger, N.D.
Seth Ritter Mining Engineering Casper, Wyo.
Jesse Suek Computer Engineering Havre, Mont.
Tony Tegels Chemical Engineering Windom, Minn.
Breanne Vottero Chemical Engineering Rapid City
Miaken Zeigler Environmental Engineering Sturgis
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