BSC welcomes new employees

 Jan 27 2016
BSC welcomes new employees

Bismarck State College announces the hiring of new business faculty and several professional staff.
 
Jeanne Masseth, a former BSC TrainND manager and instructor, was hired as assistant professor of management. She most recently worked as CEO of Legacy Talent Development in Mandan, and as learning and development supervisor at Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Bismarck. Masseth holds a master’s degree from University of Mary.
 
Ginny Saiki is BSC’s new institutional student retention coordinator. She was instructor and coordinator of academic success programs at Arizona State University in Tempe with additional experience at Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa. Her MBA is from the University of North Dakota.
 
Ellie Shockley recently completed a post-doctoral program at University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and worked in research positions at Drexel and Duke universities. She is BSC’s institutional research analyst and has a doctorate from the University of Chicago.
 
Gentry Lee, admissions counselor, was a job coach at Heartland Industries, Moorhead, Minn.  Lee has a Bachelor of Arts from University of Minnesota, Moorhead.
 
Jeanne Vetter, former BSC merchandise associate, was promoted to student and residence life coordinator, a new position.
 

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