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NORTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

The business and technology dean from Cochise College in Arizona will take over July 1.
There are nearly 20,000 jobs in North Dakota that need filling and considerably fewer people to fill them, according to Job Service North Dakota. The North Dakota State College of Science's registered apprenticeship program is seeking the address the gap.
The State Board of Higher Education will interview the candidates at its Thursday, March 31, meeting in Wahpeton.
Following the on-campus interviews, the search committee will recommend an unranked slate of finalists to the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.

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The North Dakota University System also started seeking applicants for President John Richman's long-term replacement this week.
Parents of Andrew Sadek still looking for answers in his 2014 death.
UND saw a drop in active coronavirus cases linked to campus this week as numbers remain in flux the first three weeks of classes.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota State College of Science has a plan in place to help it move forward after a " significant and troubling" audit released more than a year ago found conflicts of interest in hiring a firm to promote the school's workforce academy.
The North Dakota University System’s affordability report shows the cost to attend a four-year university in the state may be slightly lower than in regional states.
FARGO — North Dakota State University and the North Dakota State College of Science plan to furlough some summer staff as both schools have suspended in-person education due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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MINOT, N.D. -- Recently, my colleague, reporter April Baumgarten, wrote on the efforts of academics at three North Dakota colleges to pass a resolution acknowledging that the land those campuses reside on once was home to various Native American tribes.
FARGO — Staff with North Dakota’s two flagship universities and a college in Wahpeton, N.D., are working on statements that will recognize the campuses sit on land that once belonged to Native Americans.
As universities and colleges across the country make decisions about how they will continue classes amid coronavirus concerns, universities in North Dakota are making their own choices.

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