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Heather Solberg

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Minutes, 18 Jan 2013 [cached]
Participants included Art Hagg, President; Travis Vlasman, President-Elect; Amy Crissinger, Past President; Kenton Pauls, Human Relations Chair; Doug Zeltinger, Govt. Relations Chair; Heather Solberg, Professional Development Chair; Connie Kaldor, ND Council Chair; Karen Reilly, ND Exective Director; and Tom Cool, Dakota & SD Director.
Heather reviewed planning for the upcoming annual conference in Rapid City. She said we have the keynoter and the emphasis is on finalizing breakout sessions.
Heather seconded. Passed.
Unable to attend were Art Hagg, Adam Heinitz, Kenton Pauls, Heather Solberg and Jeff Caldwell.
Alternate delegate proposals were Kenton Pauls of UND and Heather Solberg of USD.
Conference, 11 May 2007 [cached]
A variety of breakout sessions are also being planned and Conference Chair Heather Solberg of The University of South Dakota invites any interested parties to submit program proposals to the DACAC office by April 1.
Volante Online, 15 Oct 2004 [cached]
"This is a trend we're seeing all across the nation," USD admissions counselor Heather Solberg said.
Solberg said part of the reason traditional four-year institutions are seeing an increase in the number of women attending includes a lower drop-out rate among females and better academic performance.
"Women are still making less than men in the workplace and females are finding that it is important for them to get that degree," Solberg said.
A 2002 study by the Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering organization found that while women are more likely than men to graduate from high school and enroll in college, the number of women who graduate with degrees in science and engineering fields is equal to the number of men coming out of post-secondary education in similar fields.
Solberg said men more often than women are also looking for careers in fields that pay well but don't necessarily need the liberal arts education.
Aside from signaling a trend in male and female preferences in post-secondary education, Perry and Solberg say the gender gap isn't an issue to put any focus on.
"We do have some students who ask what the ratio is, but that's not one of our main recruiting factors," Solberg said.
Committees, 9 Jan 2009 [cached]
Heather Solberg, Chair
Heather Solberg, University of SD
Board, 11 May 2007 [cached]
Heather Solberg
Professional Development Chair
(605) 677-8845
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