UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS State Board approves name change for UND graduate school
At its last regular monthly meeting on Jan. 17, the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education approved changing the name of the Graduate School at the University of North Dakota to the UND School o... Posted on 2/1/13 at 4:26 PM
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
The Minnesota Senate has voted to freeze tuition rates at the state's public colleges and universities for the next two years. The Senate passed a state higher education budget by a bipartisan, 44-22 vote on Friday that includes a $250 million spending increase.
The university, the North Dakota University System chancellor and the State Board of Higher Education saw the need to ensure continued excellence in legal education for decades to come at North Dakota’s law school.
UND student Ali Strand, a Studio One intern and assistant news director, recently won a first place national award in television feature reporting at the regional Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards, the university said.
After UND doctoral student Godfrey Mnubi finished defending his dissertation Monday in Grand Forks, his voice was filled with excitement. “I feel so terrific and so happy,” he said. “I was waiting for this day.”
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents has approved an agreement in which Fairview Health Services would provide $90 million in financial support to the university's medical school over a 10-year period.
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education unanimously decided Thursday to conduct a performance evaluation on the chancellor that allows college presidents, staff and students to “speak without fear,” according to one member.
State Board of Higher Education members voted 7-1 Thursday to approve a plan that establishes tuition increase maximums at each campus ranging from 2.13 percent at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake to 6.63 percent at Williston State College.
The State Board of Higher Education has dissolved its three committees and will operate only as a full board, a move meant to avoid more open meeting violations following Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s findings of “pervasive” noncompliance with the laws.
Although a resolution to replace the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education with a three-member commission might appear to be prompted by recent controversy, board member Grant Shaft said there has been similar legislation every session.
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