Jamestown College students Leah Jystad of Jamestown and Caleb Grossman of Grand Rapids, Minn., were crowned 2011 Homecoming Queen and King at a coronation ceremony on Monday, Oct. 10.
Jystad is pursuing a major in elementary education and a minor in Character in Leadership. She is active in Jimmie Ambassadors, SNDEA, Alpha Chi honor society and intramural athletics. She is the daughter of Phil and Shelly Jystad. read more »
Jamestown College will celebrate the success of its graduates in the fields of science and mathematics at the College’s fourth All-Science and Math Symposium on Friday, Oct. 14 in conjunction with Homecoming 2011 activities.
Several Jamestown College alumni will make presentations throughout the day beginning at 9 a.m., and Dr. Kerstin Leuther, a 1988 graduate of Jamestown College, will deliver the keynote address at 5 p.m.
The public is invited to attend the Symposium. All events will take place in the Reiland Fine Arts Center. read more »
Jamestown College employees were honored recently by President Robert S. Badal for their years of service to the College.
Thirty years: Diana Paulson, Business Office.
Twenty years: Dr. Mark Brown, English; Vicki Greshik, Business, Accounting and Economics; Dr. Mark Joy, History-Political Science; Mitch Lang, Athletic Trainer; Dina Laskowski, Teacher Education; Pat Rinde, Experiential Education; Dr. Carl Steffan, Chemistry; Dr. Jim Stone, Criminal Justice.
Fifteen years: Sue Anderson, Teacher Education; Mike McIntyre, Theatre; Cheryl Wolf, Admissions. read more »
Jamestown College has again received the highest ranking of all North Dakota schools in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Colleges 2012” edition.
For the fifth consecutive year, Jamestown College is ranked in the Top Tier of Best Regional Colleges in the “Best Colleges 2012” rankings released Sept. 13, moving up eight spots from last year’s ranking. read more »