Category Archives: Campus News

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Media Coverage Summary – April 6

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, April 6   Bismarck State College North Dakota IT experts prepare students BSC brings director and documentary to raise awareness of gender-based violence through arts-therapy solutions Singer/songwriter featured during BSC ArtsQuest 2018 BSC… Read More »

Bismarck State College campus successes

BSC partners with Frontier Precision to equip surveying lab Starting in the fall of 2018 Bismarck State College Engineering Technology students will be trained using only the most up-to-date equipment thanks to a new partnership with a leading regional sales company of surveying technology and equipment. Read more here. BSC student chosen for D.C. reporting… Read More »

Lake Region State College campus successes

Students selected for theater festival   Two Lake Region State College students have been nominated to participate in a regional theater festival. Heather Brown and Kaitlyn Halvorson were nominated to compete in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship competition. The two will represent LRSC at the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival in January 2019. Started in… Read More »

Mayville State University campus successes

Dina Zavala-Petherbridge participates in “Women in Education Leadership” program at Harvard Dr. Dina Zavala-Petherbridge, director of the MaSU Office of Diversity and Inclusion, recently took part in a leadership program at Harvard Graduate School of Education. The program included about 84 female education leaders from around the world and facilitated self-reflection and peer networking, with… Read More »

Minot State University campus successes

Northwest Arts Center Grand Opening set for April 19 Minot State University will commemorate completion of the new Northwest Arts Center, the Walter Piehl Gallery, and the Native American Artifact Collection with a grand opening celebration from 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, April 19, in the lower level of Gordon B. Olson Library. The dedication… Read More »

North Dakota State College of Science campus successes

NDSCS Incorporates Advanced Metrology Training into Curriculum NDSCS students now have the opportunity to receive advanced metrology training as part of their education, thanks to the installation of $1.5 million in equipment, and national training certification earned by Manufacturing department faculty. The metrology equipment allows for automated measurement and inspection of manufactured products, as well as… Read More »

North Dakota State University campus successes

NDSU blended online nursing program named one of the best in the nation NDSU’s blended online bachelor of science in nursing program has been recognized as one of the best accredited online BSN programs in the country. The 2018 ranking by BestColleges.com highlights accredited, not-for-profit institutions that have developed exceptional academic online programs for students looking… Read More »

University of North Dakota campus successes

UND Business & Public Administration Dean finalists’ visits set Three finalists will visit campus April 4- 9 to interview for the position of Dean of the College of Business & Public Administration. Open forums have been set for each candidate. Amy B. Henley, executive director of MBA Programs and associate professor in the Department of… Read More »

Valley City State University campus successes

Health Services hosts Wellness Fair VCSU Health Services, with support from Essentia Health, Sanford Health and CHI Mercy Health, hosted its annual Wellness Fair on March 7 in the Student Center. Community members received resources and services for healthier living, including free samples, health screening, fitness testing, body-composition analysis and more. VCSU’s Health Services, Athletic Training… Read More »

Williston State College campus successes

Welding Department Raffle Off Smokers In a continued effort to raise funds for the Welding department, WSC student welders have again built two 64″x20″smoker/grills that will be raffled off May 14, 2018. After successfully auctioning off two trailers in January 2017 and two smoker/grills again in May 2017, WSC’s Welding Instructor, Tim Delorme, thought creating more auction… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – March 29

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Thursday, March 29   Bismarck State College Learn about healthcare careers and eduation at informational session   Dakota College at Bottineau Otter Tail Power Company Donates To DCB’s Scholarship Fund   Dickinson State University… Read More »

Board conducts policy review

The State Board of Higher Education met this week for some basic housekeeping items after closing out a presidential search at Mayville State University. After taking much of the morning and early afternoon in open interviews and executive session deliberations, the Board named Dr. Brian Van Horn as the new MaSU president. He will serve… Read More »

Multi-agency health “tabletop”

A recent tabletop exercise allowed planners at the North Dakota Department of Health and North Dakota University System to look into challenges and solutions to a hypothetical disease outbreak. According to NDUS Student Affairs Director Katie Fitzsimmons, the exercise allowed representatives from both organizations to put their heads together. “The N.D. Department of Health discovered… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – March 23

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, March 23   Bismarck State College BSC student nurses to hold Kids Scrub Camp April 2   Dakota College at Bottineau DCB Director Appointed to State Advisory Committee   Dickinson State University Senior… Read More »

Knudson: Shining light on Aquaponics

Few industries have remained completely static through the years. More productive operations, stricter regulations and an increased reliance on technology have ways of changing things. As industries change, the faculty tasked with educating students on their related programs have to keep up. Keith Knudson, Dakota College at Bottineau’s Horticulture Department Head and Instructor, is a… Read More »

Media Coverage Summary – March 16

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, March 16   Bismarck State College BSC ag students to hold activities celebrating National Ag Day   Dakota College at Bottineau DCB Director Appointed to State Advisory Committee   Dickinson State University TRHLP… Read More »