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Alysia Huck chosen as MSU director of publicity

Mouse River Journal of Towner, North Dakota

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Alysia Huck has been named director of public information at Minot State University, effective Dec. 9.

"Ms. Huck has an impressive background in communications, broadcasting and civic involvement and possesses a genuine commitment and understanding of the people in our community," said David Fuller, Minot State University president. "Alysia brings those abilities to our university to publicize its critical role in Minot and the region."

A Velva native, Huck received her bachelor's degree in music with a minor in speech, communication and theatre arts from Valley City State University in 2000. While living in Fairbanks, Alaska, she completed coursework toward a Master of Music degree and was a teaching assistant, teaching vocal class. She earned a professional arts certificate in broadcasting from Broadcast Center in St. Louis and worked as a regional sales manager at IMC from 2004 to 2009 and was an on-air personality for, Bonneville St. Louis Radio Group, 2007-2008. In 2009, Huck and her husband, Aaron, returned to North Dakota, and she started as the evening weekday news anchor and producer for KXMC Television in Minot.

"So many great things are happening at MSU, and I am grateful and excited to be a part of it all," Huck said. "The interaction between students, staff, faculty and the community is amazing and I look forward to strengthening that communication."

Huck has been a member of Kiwanis since 2009.

For question, contact Huck at 858-3065 or

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Original Publication Date: January 1, 2014

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