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• Sherri McDaniel, vice president,'... (length=1549)
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Successful UND Women Graduates to Speak at 21st Annual Hultberg Lectureship Feb. 5


“Channeling Life’s Energy: Work, Home, Relationships” is the theme of the 21st Annual Hultberg Lectureship Series presented by the College of Business and Public Administration. The lecture will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, in the Fred Orth Lecture Bowl, second floor, Memorial Union.

This year’s lecture features four successful women graduates from the University of North Dakota:
• Laurie Furuseth, CPA, Rustad and Furuseth, Williston, N.D.
• Sherri McDaniel, vice president, Worldwide Temperature, Emerson Process Management, Rosemount Division, Minneapolis, Minn.
• Susan J. Crockett, vice president, senior technology officer of health and nutrition, General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition, Minneapolis, Minn.
• Jennifer Lukach, human resource representative, Ecolab, Grand Forks

Each year, prominent women alumni from UND bring their leadership and experiences to the University community through this event. “The Hultberg Lectureship has been one of the most successful programs that we offer,” said Dennis Elbert, dean of the College of Business and Public Administration. “It provides the opportunity to showcase our graduates, who have proven to be outstanding role models for our current students.”

Hans and Susanna Hultberg immigrated to the United States in the late 1800s, and all four of their children attended UND. The lectureship was established by their daughter, Clara E. Anderson, who graduated from the College of Business and Public Administration in 1928.
-- Lynda Kenney, Assistant Professor, Technology, lynda.kenney@und.edu, 777-2197