THE NEW FORTY Disparity...
I recently became aware of a fairly significant disparity between the base budgets for NDSU and UND. I must confess that I do not pay all that much attention to those sort of things...mostly I just pa... Posted on 12/7/11 at 8:19 PM
Two more candidates have applied to be the North Dakota University System’s interim chancellor, according to applications sent to the state. The addition of Michael Wartell and Curtis Haugtvedt brings the total pool of applicants to 16.
Former Commerce Department Commissioner Shane Goettle and nine others have applied to be interim chancellor of the North Dakota University System following embattled Chancellor Hamid Shirvani’s contract buyout after less than one year.
It’s vital for board members and the chancellor to understand how utterly disappointed North Dakotans are in the board’s “pervasive” and seemingly willful disregard of the state’s Open Meetings and Records law.
The internal audit director for the North Dakota University System has resigned, saying he's fed up with the job and the state's wintry weather. Bill Eggert submitted his letter of resignation on Friday. His last day is May 31.
The internal auditor for the North Dakota University System says Chancellor Hamid Shirvani did not violate any policies or commit fraud in testimony before a House committee, but adds that Shirvani’s presentation could have been construed as misleading.
But Pat Seaworth, the University System’s former attorney and author of a memo that accused Shirvani of instructing staff to disregard state open meeting laws, said Holloway’s findings were “preordained.”
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