Feb. 2, 2005
first Morningside College student chapter of the Society
for Human Resource Management (SHRM) was presented with
its official charter on Friday, Jan. 29, during a ceremony
held in the atrium of the Lincoln Center on the college campus.
A total of twenty-nine members were inducted into the group.
Scott Hansen, sales manager for Advance Services, Inc. in
Sioux City and chair of college relations for the Siouxland
chapter of SHRM, presented the charter. Guest speaker for
the event was Linda Krei, vice president of organizational
development at Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City. Krei spoke
on the value of storytelling in human resource management.
Master of ceremonies for the event was Twyla Malloy,
faculty advisor and visiting instructor of business and economics
at Morningside College. Malloy conducted the swearing-in of
officers for the group and presented each with a certificate.
include: president, John Steele, Sioux City; vice president,
Nick Agne, Tipton, Iowa; secretary, Jill Massie,
Bethel, Minn.; treasurer, Tricia Slump, Henderson,
Iowa; and activities coordinator, Lisa Schoenberner,
were each presented with a pin and certificate acknowledging
their involvement. In addition to the officers, other members
Sioux City: Ronald J. Bay, Ronney Piester
Jr., Troy Schultz.
Iowa: Jillian Alons, Le Mars; Joshua Binneboese,
Hinton; Mindy Book and Ashley Brewer, Sergeant
Bluff; Jenna Christianson, Malvern; Jonathan Goodin,
Sloan; Matthew Nalan, Sheffield; Daniel Nielsen,
Battle Creek; Angela Phillips, Sac City; Scott Wismont,
Aaron Folkerts, Beatrice; Nikki Harder, Dakota
City; Michael Stuart, Omaha; Dustin Tallant,
Other states and countries: Craig Hansen, Roy,
Utah; Julia Husk, Littleton, Colo.; Christopher
Losett, Helena, Mont.; Debbie Noble, Louisburg,
Kan.; Mariko Yoshida, Tokyo, Japan.
SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human
resource management. Founded in 1948, the organization currently
has more than 500 affiliated chapters within the United States
and members in more than 100 countries. The Morningside chapter
of SHRM joins more than 430 student chapters located at colleges
and universities across the country, Puerto Rico, and Guam.
The SHRM goal is to supplement classroom instruction with
real-world experience in the field of human resources and
develop valuable leadership and organizational skills.