Media Coverage Summary – May 19

May 19, 2017

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, May 19


Bismarck State College
High school juniors and seniors invited to campus June 9
Join BSC and Mystic ballplayers for BSC Night with the Larks

Dakota College at Bottineau
DCB Holds Rummage Sale to Give Back

Dickinson State University
Dickinson State recognized as safest college campus in North Dakota
Working his way up the ladder
Dr. Meier to serve as world history reader at annual AP Reading

Lake Region State College
Adult Ed Center holds graduation
Summer session slots available

Mayville State University
Ashlee Wooten wins April Golden Ticket
Enjoy an F-M RedHawks game with your Mayville State friends
Commencement is a wonderful celebration for Mayville State graduates and degree candidates

Minot State University
Minot State University students don cap and gown
Annual Recognition Awards for 2016-2017
MSU Development Foundation announces completion of successful capital campaign

North Dakota State College of Science
NDSCS earns CEO Cancer Gold Standard re-accreditation

North Dakota State University
NDSU hosts BBQ Boot Camp in one week
NDSU researchers receive North Dakota Beef Commission grants
North Dakota State University Senior Named to State Board
Printing solutions for patients: Fargo manufacturing facility creates 3-D printed prosthetics, orthotics
NDSU Students Optimistic for the Future After Graduation

University of North Dakota
Kennedy’s new book takes on ‘Shapeholders’
Crossing the finish lineThe ‘distinguished’ Dr. Combs
EERC on a mission for the Mission
ND Academy of Science at UND

Valley City State University
Student Senate president moving on

Williston State College
WSC Hosts Great Northwest Area Career and Tech Center’s last Hands-On Welding Day
WSC’s Commencement Reflects High Enrollment Records

North Dakota University System
Board talks budget guidelines, faculty leave
Study: University System Economic Contribution Rises to $5.7 Billion