THE NEW FORTY Trouble #1 & Trouble #2
Some of the buildings on the EMI campus have card access. There is an official looking panel on the wall when you enter in the lobby of these controlled-access buildings where a light turns green when... Posted on 6/6/12 at 1:42 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #41 - Ole and Lena go to Sturgis?
Awhile back during the spring flood I stumbled across a great blog called "The Adventures of Ole and Lena." In it, "Lena" documented the troubles she and "Ole" faced living near the rising Buffalo riv... Posted on 8/10/11 at 12:01 PM
Six vice presidents at UND say they welcome a full review of President Robert Kelley because they "respectfully disagree" with his job evaluation, which was written last week by the leader of the North Dakota University System.
North Dakota University System Chancellor Hamid Shirvani provided “clear and compelling evidence” the State Board of Higher Education is “committed to and compliant” with accreditation guidelines, according to a document released Saturday.
UND President Robert Kelley said he was “perplexed” by Chancellor Hamid Shirvani’s suggestion that he “receive a zero percent salary increase for the coming fiscal year” given his accomplishments in student retention, enhancing graduation rate and other areas.
North Dakota University System Chancellor Hamid Shirvani has less than one month left in his position, and he’s not going quietly. Shirvani heaped criticism on three campus presidents in their annual performance evaluations in recent days, calling for full reviews of the presidents at the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University and recommending no raises for the heads of UND and Minot State University.
About a century ago, Walter Judd was a 17-year-old boy hoping to go to college at the University of Nebraska. His father pulled him aside and told him that, though the family happily had paid for Judd’s two sisters to go to college, Judd himself would get no money for tuition or room and board.
The State Board of Higher Education could again be in hot water for potentially violating the state’s open meeting laws, this time for meetings between three board members and the 11 college and university presidents on Wednesday.
Northland Community & Technical College recently sold a 15,178-square-foot Thief River Falls home it received as a donation from a local couple, according to Becky Lindseth, college executive director of administrative services.
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