Keturah Lund, from Billings, MT is one of the newest recruits to play for the Lady Buccaneer Volleyball team during the 2013-2014 season. Lund received the MVP award as a freshman on the Junior Varsity team. As a sophomore, she was awarded the MVP award of the Varsity team. She made 1st tournament team her sophomore and senior years and 2nd team her junior year as well as All-Conference her sophomore, junior, and senior years. Lund has been chosen to travel to London with NBC's international volleyball tour team to play volleyball for ten days this coming summer.
Tennessee State University Geoscience instructor Alan Brown and Jerry Jacene were on the Dawson Community College campus yesterday (July 15) in preparation for the Dinosaur Paleontology class which starts July 22.
Justin and Shawna Baisch threw their support behind DCC and the Paleo class with a generous gift of land use for the class digs.
Both Brown and Jacene are passionate about the dig and hope to make it a yearly summer class. Maps in hand they went looking at eroded land around campus for additional fossil dig sites.
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To better serve students and industry at this time of unprecedented growth, Dawson Community College has re-energized its Welding Program to meet industry demand for qualified, certified welders. The DCC Office of Instructional Services announced this week, the start of BLOCK welding classes this Fall Semester 2013. With instructors Joshua Kreilaus and Jim LeProwse, students can learn specific welding skills in just 18 days.
Dawson Community College Board Chair, Jim Squires, announce the selection of Michael Simon, M.A., as the next Dawson Community College president.
All evening women's Summer league games will be played at Dawson Community College in the Toepke and Old Gyms from 5:50 p.m.-8:50 p.m.
Box Elder High School Honor Roll student, Rebecca Rosette, signed her National Letter of Intent with the Dawson Community College women’s basketball program recently.
The 5'7 Point Guard/Shooting Guard averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals as a senior for the Box Elder Bears.
Shakayla White Cow has signed her National Letter of Intent to play Women's Basketball for Dawson Community College.
White Cow, a 5’11” forward, will become part of the Lady Bucs in 2013. “Shakayla is a physical player and well suited to the Bucs style of play.” said head coach Tracey Clingingsmith. “She is a quiet leader who is relentless on defense with two All-Conference honors to her credit.”
The Dawson Community College Introduction to Dinosaur Paleontology class and lab will be held July 22-August 2. The maximum enrollment for the class is 20 students. Geoscience instructor Alan Brown is providing a 4 credit class for a great value. A university class like this one would cost double. The Dinosaur Paleontology class has no prerequisite so anyone can register. It is a great opportunity for high school students or anyone to get 4 transferable college credits completed this summer in a fun hands-on environment. Plus the class coming to us.
Dawson Community College cordially invites you to attend public sessions to meet the candidates for the position of President.
Jim Squires, DCC Board Chair, will introduce the candidates and moderate the events, which will be held at the Yellowstone River Inn in Glendive.
Dr. Donald Weiss, Associate Dean for the College of Business and Management and the College of Media Arts and Technology at the Kansas City Campus of DeVry University, will be introduced at the first public session on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Yellow-stone River Inn.