|Rhoedes wins 2008 Nontraditional Student Recognition Award|
Kimberly Rhoedes, nutrition and dietetics student at the University of North Dakota, was selected for the 2008 Nontraditional Student Recognition Award in recognition of the successful efforts in academic commitment, leadership, and personal challenges she has contributed toward reaching her academic goals. Rhoedes serves as role model for her classmates, instructors, coworkers, and family. She has met numerous challenges at UND and brings a personal perspective, life history and reality of poverty to her experiences while attending UND. Rhoedes is pursuing a B.S. in dietetics from the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics. She was nominated by Janice Goodwin, associate professor.
The award was presented by First Lady Marcia Kelley at a recognition ceremony held during the national Nontraditional Student Recognition Week. Nontraditional Student Recognition Week was celebrated on the UND campus the first week in November to recognize and celebrate student success of the nontraditional student or adult learner at the University of North Dakota. The event was coordinated by the Adult Re-Entry Center, which is part of the Student Success Center. The Student Success Center specializes in student support in academic, learning services, and programming for students at the University of North Dakota. Congratulations Kimberly!
For more information, contact Sandy Monette, Adult Re-Entry coordinator, Student Success Center at 777-3228.