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Van Berkom worked for Dr. Donna Thigpen 11 years, and Dr. Kermit Lidstrom, who hired her, for 18 years. Between presidents, Van Berkom managed the office for interim presidents Dr. He and his wife, Lori, plan to move to Omaha, Neb.
When the dust settles, he says he might pick up some old hobbies, and maybe even get a part time job, but not as a manager. He strongly encouraged both children to get involved during their time on campus. They became a part of the BSC community. Back then, the original student union was still state-of-the-art, and students filed through an old style cafeteria line with limited offerings. The growth of the job was something he never could have predicted.
This was a small tight-knit community when I started. I knew everyone. It was much slower paced. Teaching writing courses in computer labs led to his transition to website manager and web specialist.
Post-BSC plans include caring for his family, traveling, freelance website work and ghostwriting.
Think of the amount of contact I have with people. Students, instructors, staff, I know them and talk to them every day — about life and their sandwiches. Who else gets to do that? Her work for the college focused on writing for the news media, college and alumni publications, academic catalog, website, BSC Foundation, admissions and human resources.
She may freelance but plans time for family and friends. That title has endured since With 44 years receding, he decided to hand over that job and retire to adjunct teaching status next fall. Wright has taught it all — more than 18 different business courses and every class in the Management program. His business credential steered him into nearly every campus planning and governance committee.
His dedication and open door policy was inspired by his own small town upbringing and adjustment to college life. Wright is proud of being at BSC long enough to see his children and a grandson graduate from here.
Malsam improved their chances when he initiated Automotive Technicians Education Foundation national certification for the Auto Tech program and achieved Master Automotive Service Excellence certification as an instructor. Some program graduates diversified from body shop into welding, appraisals, insurance, business ownership, and auto collision sales. Malsam has invited paint reps he trained to talk to classes about new products. He helped set guidelines for all auto body programs across the state.
Marv Mutzenberger came to BSC as campus pastor to do campus ministry. As the Lutheran church reduced its program, BSC kept giving him things to do, he said, and it started with sports.
He was asked to coach baseball five years , cross-country two years , then teach sociology, and for the past 10 years, all religion courses — 29 years as full-time and seven as adjunct. Sports loom large in his life. He grew up committed to baseball and spent three years trying for the big leagues, making it as a paid professional player in Charlestown, W. By then, Mutzenberger was a graduate of Wartburg College in Iowa and enrolled in seminary there.
That door was open, so I walked in and let the seed planted by my grandma bloom.
Art Link appointee on the state social service board, and was a state legislator for 10 years. He has been a baseball umpire since , calling games, assigning local umps and conducting clinics. Mutzenberger continues to assist area congregations on an interim basis and performs as Martin Luther in historical presentations.
In the fall, he retires to adjunct teaching. She taught as an English adjunct before going full-time in Netzer received the Faculty Award for Excellence in As assistant professor of English, her focus was composition and college writing prep classes.
Netzer was a faculty mentor, chairing the Faculty Development Committee and serving six years on Faculty Senate. Netzer said the most memorable experiences have been her relationships with students and co-workers.
Drake Carter spent 12 of his 29 years teaching human anatomy, physiology and general biology. As provost, Carter was in charge of credit coursework and ongoing accreditation of the college. He also oversaw distance education, continuing education, and the offices of academic dean and instructional effectiveness.
Henry Riegler held positions that enabled him to develop and expand curriculum for BSC social science and humanities programs. He came to BSC in as the only full-time psychology instructor. Since then, Riegler helped add two full-time faculty plus adjuncts to the program and grow curriculum from two to eight courses.
A licensed psychologist, Riegler plans to continue consulting and teach online this fall. He taught electric system components, print reading and safety courses for the Electric Power Technology program, and other courses for Power Plant Technology. He served on the General Education Committee. As son of former Bismarck Tribune photographer, Leo LaLonde, he tagged along plenty, listening to gab and watching his dad develop film at the paper after sporting events.
When Leo got equipment, Mike played with the boxes, and by age 6, he had his first camera. At age 10, he developed his first dark room photo. Ever since, photography has been his alter ego. I was interested in education. Except for a PR job with the Bismarck Chamber of Commerce, LaLonde has been a teacher his whole life, made so in part by the supportive and inspiring educators he met as a kid and student at BSC. Because of his many contacts, the Chamber recruited him, and then, the state Board for Career and Technical Education to do career development in school districts.
He was in a teaching role during his 27 years at Basin Electric Power Cooperative as corporate training and development coordinator, the job from which he retired in However, there was always time for photography.
He started shooting in high school for the newspaper and yearbook. Though his main job was elsewhere, Tuesday nights were in the Technical Center explaining news photography to journalism students. That lasted 30 years until when the lab closed. When he left in , LaLonde had spent only 13 years away from his alma mater since graduating in LaLonde joined the choir, adding his experience in Catholic school boy choirs, and Circle K, a Kiwanis student chapter formed by local businessmen as a college service club.
He learned to help in grade school, and by college, the sweeper and eraser cleaner had adopted a habit of service. His experiences with Circle K on campus and in the community instilled that value for life. LaLonde has been an enthusiastic leader in many civic, non-profit, fraternal and wildlife organizations. Basin Electric appointed him in , when BSC was developing new energy programs with industry. He served 22 years, overseeing the member committee twice as chairman.
Lately, LaLonde has volunteered to teach photography for BSC art students and local artist co-ops and galleries, which have exhibited his work. What is important to him, he said, is involvement with people and organizations of all types, interaction with fellow citizens, and helping solve issues and problems. As a certified senior professional in human resources management, LaLonde is a consensus builder with superior communication skills.
I like to help out, be part of a team, get things done, and feel a sense of accomplishment. His photography legacy includes wildlife images published in numerous state and regional publications and several awards, namely Wildlife Educator of the Year and Wildlife Communicator of the Year from the North Dakota Wildlife Federation.
His first book of photography was published in December LaLonde has 40, photos and compiled the book for his family — wife Karen, sons John and James, and daughters Michelle Hintz and Jodi Gordon — to have some of his best. Another is underway. Wet plate photography relies on year-old chemistry, a bit of magic and some luck.
Images are captured on glass ambrotype or metal tin type. An intricate process, wet plate requires that the glass be coated, sensitized, exposed and developed over a span of minutes. Collodian, a flammable, syrupy solution of pyroxylin in alcohol or ether is applied to the surface. The plate is then submerged in a silver nitrate solution to make it light sensitive.
Chemicals must remain wet while the photograph is exposed in a wood bellows camera box fitted with an antique brass lens. He is the only person in North Dakota doing wet plate collodian photography, a process invented about Selftaught, Balkowitsch made his first plate in October , 60 days after researching a fascinating image he found on the Internet.
Despite no formal photography training, he has produced 1, plates of images captured on glass ambrotype , as opposed to metal tin type. Now I have this avenue of creativity to express myself. In the process to find myself, I found photography. The warehouse he built south of the airport houses medical products that now share space with Nostalgic Glass Wet Plate Studio.
On any given Friday, Balkowitsch is there, arranging people in photographs that will last for centuries. Generous with his time and resources, Balkowitsch demonstrates his skill for student groups and organizations, sharing his passion while educating his audience. He has impressed many BSC classes of visual and graphic art students at his studio. Expertise in wet plate evolved, in part, from knowledge of chemotherapy when he worked at Medcenter One now Sanford Health.
His success at being named a Top 5 site retailer attracted stories by Time magazine and Readers Digest. The company now focuses on medical supplies that are shipped worldwide.