Media Coverage Summary – Nov. 9

November 9, 2017

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Thursday, Nov. 9


Bismarck State College
BSC professor’s article accepted for publication
BSC student nurses hold Kids Scrub Camp Nov. 10
Professor to present on the war trauma veterans and their families face
BSC seeks nominations for outstanding alumni

Dakota College at Bottineau
Campus Read Hosts Elk Study Presentation

Dickinson State University
Sixth annual Opportunities in Agriculture event to take place Nov. 15
DSU faculty member named Miss(ter) Blue Hawk 2017
Celebrate the holidays with Dickinson State University
Meet Perzen Akolawala, Director of International Programs
Dept. of Natural Sciences presents “The Quest for Aqua Vitae: The Early History of Alcohol”
Hawk’s Perch – November 2017

Lake Region State College
Devils Lake, N.D., lays out plans for drone park

Mayville State University
Mayville State to launch search for new president Monday

Minot State University
Enrollment Services plans 2017 Fall Preview Day
Minot State co-sponsors Veterans Employer Summit

North Dakota State College of Science
NDSCS Performing Arts department to present fall play November 16-18
NDSCS to begin search for new Head Football Coach
NDSCS announces partnership with SITECH Dakotas

North Dakota State University
NDSU researchers take new approach in cancer fight
Graduate student receives agronomy society scholarship
Graduate students earn awards at crop, soil meeting
NDSU students help community members in stroke prevention program
Horticulture student receives landscape association scholarship
Challey School of Music to present holiday events

University of North Dakota
Meet Matt Eidson: Marine and aspiring journalist
‘Good bones’ all part of master plan
‘Welcome back, Colonel Murphy’
Off to see the Wizard
Fake news, real talk

Valley City State University
President Mason selected for Fort Hays State University presidency

Williston State College
Paralympian tells crowd to keep getting back up

North Dakota University System
‘Reverse Transfer’ helping provide further credentials