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BRIAN VAN HORN

Some employees must pay back more than $10,000, and one owes the university more than $37,000.
Not including this information in a university president’s annual review is contrary not only to good management, but it’s just a poor business practice when doing work on behalf of the people, who truly own and operate the state’s university system.
Mayville State president has been cleared of wrongdoing, but campus concerns persist.
That Neset feels she must support the state’s 10 university presidents – all of whom earn six-figure salaries and, as a group, oversee thousands of employees – by telling them that they must “always maintain the highest level of professionalism” is ridiculous, especially if there is any hint that someone’s leadership skills are in question.

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Neset urges Van Horn, other North Dakota university presidents to ‘maintain highest level of professionalism’
In addition to the non-renewal of faculty contracts, current measures being taken to address budgetary concerns and loss of program enrollment include tasking several faculty members, staff and administrators with additional responsibilities that help provide a more equitable distribution of duties.
Presidents from North Dakota State College of Science, Mayville State, Williston State, Lake Region State and Valley State spoke to the Senate Appropriations committee on Tuesday, Jan. 19. It’s the second day of higher education-centric hearings for the committee, which also will hear from North Dakota State University and other higher ed-related organizations on Wednesday.
Options include in-person classroom attendance and distance learning.
Mayville State President Brian Van Horn claims “we don’t have a crisis.” (Grand Forks Herald, Nov. 3).
MAYVILLE, N.D. – Mayville State University will resume in-person learning late next week, President Brian Van Horn announced Friday.

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MAYVILLE, N.D. – Mayville State President Brian Van Horn says the university is not facing a crisis situation as the small eastern North Dakota campus this week deals with a surge in coronavirus cases.
Students at Mayville State are being asked to “stay in place” this week as the small eastern North Dakota campus continues to deal with a surge in coronavirus cases.
MAYVILLE, N.D. – Mayville State will be housing students who have tested positive for the coronavirus in its campus wellness center as the small North Dakota campus sees a surge in cases.

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