Category Archives: Collaboration

New version of statewide education and workforce data visualization tool released

The North Dakota Information Technology Department (ITD) has issued a new version of the data visualization tool, which highlights statewide education and workforce information. The revised website features significant enhancements including new college and workforce sections with integrated data. The new data enables users to view high-demand career fields, including certificates and degrees available in the… Read More »

Four colleges celebrate completion of an energy grant training more than 4,500 students

Four western North Dakota colleges celebrated the completion of a six-year-long $24 million grant that resulted in thousands of trained individuals ready to fill crucial workforce needs in North Dakota. In 2012 Bismarck State College (BSC), Sitting Bull College (SBC), Turtle Mountain Community College (TMCC) and Williston State College (WSC) partnered to form the TREND… 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 »

New digital dashboards to prove insightful

A collaborative effort among three state agencies has resulted in a brand new set of digital dashboards that aims to make the most up-to-date data available to parents and taxpayers. Referred to as North Dakota Insights, the project took a page out of previous public data repositories – Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) State Longitudinal… 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 »