Mayville State University was among North Dakota’s eleven public colleges and universities present at a public showcase held in the North Dakota State Capitol Memorial Hall in Bismarck on Wed., March 27, 2019. Each of the participating schools highlighted some of the high quality academic experiences and innovative new ventures taking place on the campuses, demonstrating the strengths of the each of the campuses, as well as the North Dakota University System as a whole.
Mayville State’s booth focused on what Mayville State has to offer in general, and highlighted signature programs, including teacher education and the scientific research being conducted on campus.
Three Mayville State students, Lexi Carpenter, from Argusville, N.D., who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in biology, and Joanie Holden from Hatton, N.D. and Anna Schillinger from Wahpeton, N.D., both of whom are pursuing double majors in elementary education and special education, talked with those who stopped at Mayville State’s booth. Carly Theis, instructor in Mayville State’s Division of Education; Dr. Khwaja Hossain, professor of biology and INBRE researcher; and Beth Swenson, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, also represented Mayville State at the showcase.
Photo caption: Students and faculty who represented Mayville State at the North Dakota University System legislative showcase held March 27 were (l-r) Carly Theis, Joanie Holden, Anna Schillinger, Lexi Carpenter, and Khwaja Hossain. The showcase was held in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck.