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Aseya Kakar '14 was featured on page 42 of Presidian, Presidio Graduate School's online magazine. Kakar won the college's Big Idea Prize for her plan to install fixed-dome biogas digesters that can transform animal and human waste into fertilizer and natural gas in her home country of Afghanistan. Wartburg and Presidio professor Scott Fulwiller also was named as Kakar's mentor.
Rachel Kist '14 recently joined Westview Care Center as an assistant administrator, according to the Mason City Globe Gazette.
Dan Nadeau ’15 earned third-team All-America honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Shannon Lau ’00, an OB-GYN at Waverly Health Center, was featured in the Wall Street Journal. The hospital recently made vaginal birth after a caesarean available to its patients while many larger hospitals are eliminating the option.
The Saint John's Bible display and Wartburg Community Festival of Trees were featured in the Waverly Newspapers.
Schuyler Bieber '13 was named the Cresco Times Plain Dealer Teacher of the Week. Bieber teaches K-6 music in Crestwood and Lime Springs.
Kaly Adkins ’15 is a private lands habitat specialist with the DNR AmeriCorps, according to the Creston News Advertiser.
Eric Silver ’95, Fish Window Cleaning franchisee, was featured on entrepenuer.com.
Brad Waller ’94, Hy-Vee assistant vice president of community relations, is featured in the University of Iowa Foundation's thank-you campaign poster series, "Your Hy-Vee is Helping Our Kids." As a teen, Waller spent six weeks at UI Children's Hospital for a spinal cord injury and burn treatment following a car accident, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
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