PBL students succeed at state

The Jamestown College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter recently brought home awards from the organization’s state leadership conference.

Trisha Sem, Ambrose, N.D., was named Vice President of Communication for the 2013-14 academic year for the state PBL organization.

First place winners from the Jamestown College chapter were Michael Cumber, Jamestown, in Product Management and Information Management; and Kevin Hoversland, Wolf Point, Mont., in Cyber Security and Economic Analysis and Decision Making.

The team of Ashley Barnhart, Kenmare, N.D., and Nicole Kilber, Otsego, Minn., took first place in Desktop Publishing.

Second place winners were Barnhart in Public Speaking, Cumber in Database Design, Kilber in Retail Management, and Scott Roemmich, Bottineau, N.D., in Information Management and Computer Concepts.

Third place winners were Roemmich in Job Interview and Sem in Public Speaking.

Cumber, Sem, and Beth Ryan, Ray, N.D., were named to Who’s Who in North Dakota PBL.

PBL is a professional organization for students interested in pursuing business and related careers. Mary Reed, associate professor of Computer Science and Technology and department co-chair, is the chapter’s adviser.

2013 PBL SLC Group 2

Front row from left: Trisha Sem, Nicole Kilber, Ashley Barnhart, Mary Reed. Back row from left: Scott Roemmich, Michael Cumber, Kevin Hoversland.

Examples of aid include:
  • Academic Scholarships
  • Athletic Scholarships
  • Fine Arts Performance Awards
  • Journey Awards
UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN at a glance
  • 1,000 students from 31 states and 13 countries
  • 13:1 student-faculty ratio
  • On-campus residence halls
  • 98% average placement rate in 2010 & 2011