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  • Traveled Instructor Strengthens WSC Nursing Program Traveled Instructor Strengthens WSC Nursing Program

    A former adjunct instructor, Arlene Layupan joins the Teton family as the newest full-time faculty member for the Williston State College Nursing program....

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  • Respected Historian Travels to Williston to Present on Fur Trade Respected Historian Travels to Williston to Present on Fur Trade

    Dr. James A. Hanson, historian and editor for the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron, Nebraska, will present on the fur trade at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 30 at the Williston ARC. ...

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  • A New Chapter for the Learning Commons A New Chapter for the Learning Commons

    A former Williston State College student and a familiar face in Andrea's Bookstore, Shari Erdman and her friendly smile can now be found upstairs in the WSC Learning Commons....

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  • CHI St. Alexius Health Contributes to WSC Nursing Department CHI St. Alexius Health Contributes to WSC Nursing Department

    Last spring, CHI St. Alexius Health of Williston donated seven hospital beds to the Williston State College (WSC) Nursing Department.t...

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  • Third Annual Teton WOW Kicks off Sunday Third Annual Teton WOW Kicks off Sunday

    Implemented Fall 2016 by Student Life Coordinator, Karissa Kjos, the Teton Week of Welcome (WOW) begins its third installment this Sunday, August 19 and runs until Sunday, August 26....

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  • WSC Student Excels in ALEKS WSC Student Excels in ALEKS

    This summer, Michel Tamdjokoueng surpassed the required 80% pass score in ALEKS for both College Algebra and Trigonometry. In fact, he completed 100% of the topics in both sections....

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  • WSC Welcomes New Petroleum Instructor WSC Welcomes New Petroleum Instructor

    The newest member of the Teton family, Alexey Kovalev joins Williston State College as its Petroleum Technology instructor this fall....

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