Category Archives: Campus News

Use this category for blog posts related to new from the various campuses

Media Coverage Summary – Dec. 2, 2016

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Dec. 2   Bismarck State College BSC seeks nominations for outstanding alumni BSC winter theater production opens Dec. 8 The Dakota Interviews focuses on humanities at work in N.D.   Dakota College at… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Nov. 18, 2016

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Nov. 18   Bismarck State College BSC seeks nominations for outstanding alumni The power of two: Degrees in Power Plant Technology and Business pay off   Dakota College at Bottineau DCB LumberActs Announces… Read More »

Dakota College at Bottineau Campus Successes – November

Paramedic tech program accredited Dakota College at Bottineau is proud to announce accreditation of the Paramedic Technology program. The Paramedic Technology program prepares students for a rewarding opportunity in the growing field of emergency medical services. It is for anyone who has a genuine desire to care for people in an out-of-hospital setting.  Students must… Read More »

Dickinson State University Campus Successes – November

Dickinson State holds “Courageous Conversations” Dickinson State hosted the second “Courageous Conversation” in November. This series of conversations is part of a campus diversity programming initiative to raise awareness and increase understanding. The events, which vary in format, are open to the campus and the Dickinson community. The latest event featured a panel discussion titled… Read More »

Lake Region State College Campus Successes – November

LRSC students earn Phi Theta Kappa honor Tanya Kephart and Hannah Swartz of Lake Region State College were each awarded $1,000 after being selected Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholars. Chosen from more than 1,100 applications worldwide, the scholars receive scholarships of $1,000 each to further their associate degree studies. Independent judges evaluated the applications based… Read More »

Mayville State University Campus Successes – November

MaSU Child Development Programs continues to expand services As of August, MaSU Child Development Programs had opened its Portland Childcare Center, serving about 32 children. This project is in partnership with Sanford Medical in Mayville and GST Special Education Cooperative. The MaSU Child Care Center is also partnering with May-Port CG School District to provide… Read More »

Minot State University Campus Successes – November

MiSU and Polish university partner Minot State University and the University of Lodz, Poland, entered a cooperation between MSU’s Master of Science in management degree program and UL’s MBA program delivered by its Polish-American Management Center. The two universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding Sept. 23, forming the basis for the partnership between the universities.… Read More »

North Dakota State College of Science Campus Successes – November

Higher Learning Commission continues NDSCS Accredited Status NDSCS has been notified that its accredited status by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has been continued. The Institutional Actions Council of the HLC notified the College of this action, which is the result of an ongoing accreditation process. This process included a comprehensive quality review campus visit… Read More »

North Dakota State University Campus Successes – November

NDSU receives record commitment for STEM scholarships NDSU has received a record-setting gift for full-tuition scholarships for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Alumnus Harry D. McGovern committed gifts and estate planning of more than $13.5 million to establish the scholarship. A portion is matched by a $1.2 million State of North Dakota Challenge… Read More »

Valley City State University Campus Successes – November

Russell, Bernardo present at OER summit Julee Russell, professor and chair of the Language and Literature Department, and Al Bernardo, user services librarian, presented at the North Dakota University System’s Open Education Resources (OER) Summit 2016 hosted by the University of North Dakota Oct. 27. Russell and Bernardo spoke about VCSU’s efforts to incorporate OER… Read More »

System Highlight: Collaboration

Hundreds of collaborative agreements in place between, and among, campuses   Collaboration has long been a watchword in the world of higher education, from hearing extensive philosophies of thought to creating teams of diverse skillset. The past few years in the North Dakota University System have given new importance to it though, as collaboration has… Read More »

NDUS awards mini-grants for training related to veterans’ education

The North Dakota University System recently awarded mini-grants on behalf of the Midwest Higher Education Compact through the state’s participation in the Multistate Collaborative for Military Credit with funding from the Lumina Foundation and USA Funds. Rebecca Ringham, Minot State University registrar, organized a statewide training event aimed at managing the educational benefits of veterans,… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Nov. 10

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Thursday, Nov. 10   Bismarck State College BSC Paramedic program ranked #6 in the nation BSC presents chamber ensembles in concert International student thrives at BSC   Dakota College at Bottineau Math Track Meet… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Nov. 4

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Nov. 4   Bismarck State College BSC professor engineers balance through music BSC Music department kicks off November with three concerts Kevin Locke performs at BSC for American Indian Heritage Month   Dakota… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Oct. 28, 2016

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Oct. 28   Bismarck State College Kevin Locke performs at BSC for American Indian Heritage Month “Inspired by Shadow” exhibit runs through November BSC haunted theater creates ‘Stage Fright’   Dakota College at Bottineau… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Oct. 21

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Oct. 21   Bismarck State College Date rape, student safety expert Katie Koestner to share personal story at BSC   Dakota College at Bottineau Discussion Panel Announced for October Book Read   Dickinson State… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – Oct. 14, 2016

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, Oct. 14   Bismarck State College BSC fall theater production opens Oct. 20 High school juniors and seniors invited to visit campus Oct. 21   Dakota College at Bottineau Dakota College at Bottineau Horticulture… Read More »