Broderson receives award in nursing Jamestown College recently honored 589 of its students at the annual Honors Convention held in Voorhees Chapel, on April 25.
Students honored included those named top the dean's list the last two semesters, named scholarship recipients, college fellows, President's Key recipients and departmental achievement award recipients. Students named to the dean's list and named scholarship recipients have previously been publicly announced.
Special award recipients were: Trisha Broderson, Vermillion, who received a distinguished achievement award in the department of nursing.
Founded in 1883, Jamestown College is a four year independent, coeducational liberal arts and science college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). It is the first college or university in North Dakota to equip resident rooms with a desktop computer and color printer linked to the campus network, dramatically enhancing access for it student body of over 1,100. At Jamestown College, students may select from 30 areas of academic interest and 17 pre-professional and certification programs including medicine, law, occupational therapy, and veterinary medicine.