Media Coverage Summary – Nov. 13, 2015

November 13, 2015

Media Coverage Summary Colleges

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Nov. 13.

 


Bismarck State College

Chamber concert set for Nov. 17 at BSC
Pack the Pantry supports BSC project

 


Dakota College at Bottineau

Book Tour to Honor Korean War Veterans Visits DCB

 

Dickinson State University
State board adds masters teaching degrees at three state universities
DSU aims to add reclamation program
Benesh, who helped plan military memorial services in town for 16 years, steps aside

 


Lake Region State College

LRSC men split games in home invitational
Nursing program hosts open house
Student story of faith
VIDEO: Area students attend career expo to explore interests

 


Mayville State University

State board adds masters teaching degrees at three state universities
Mayville State University STEM department hosts “Mommy, Me and SWE”

 

Minot State University
Freezin’ for a Reason brings awareness of homelessness, hunger
Minot Student Selected to Sing at Carnegie Hall
Veterans’ stories shared at Warrior Words
MSU Encourages Student Wellness

 

North Dakota State College of Science
North Dakota State College of Science deemed Military Friendly
NDSCS honors employee efforts with 2015 Steeple awards
Taste of Norway
NDSCS grads report 99 percent placement

 


North Dakota State University

Faculty research examines stress impact on health of future generations
NDSU student receives grant to benefit elementary school
NDSU student inspires kindness by leaving inspirational rocks in the F-M area
Vietnam Vet waits 50 years for Bronze Star

 


University of North Dakota

Final UND nickname runoff vote continues through Monday, Nov. 16
State Board of Higher Education appoints Schafer interim president of UND
UND coaches and athletes give a grand tour of new $13 million indoor High Performance Center on Monday
UND again named ‘Top Military-Friendly School’
UND production of ‘Little Women’ opens Nov. 12 at Burtness Theatre

 


Valley City State University

NASPA Foundation announces the 2016 Pillars of the Profession
For Ellenson brothers, exhibition game will be a family affair
After slow start, Marquette cruises to easy win
State board adds masters teaching degrees at three state universities
A free public planetarium

 

Williston State College
Faces Behind the Funds: Kylee Shea Meyer
Taco John’s Partners with Delta Kappa Gamma