South Dakota School of Mines Hosts 3rd Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon

With Women’s History Month in full swing, the South Dakota School of
Mines and Technology SWE section held their 3rd annual Women’s History
Month Luncheon. The section invites women from all over campus to
celebrate, network, and indulge. This year contained a particular
treat. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Donna Kliche, had an enriching story
to share with the attendees. Being originally from Transylvania,
Romania, you knew imminently she had a story to tell (yes, she did
include vampires). Kliche revealed her journey of escaping a communist
country, with her young son, to pursue a graduate degree in
atmospheric science. The keynote represented the three facets of this
year’s theme of character, courage, and commitment without fail. She
taught the attendees that “when you come to a fork in the road, take
it”! Now I ask you, the reader, to do the same. Remember that life is
full of forks in the road and it is your job to take them.


~Article submitted by the South Dakota School of Mines



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