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ENERGY: Chipping in for energy education

ENERGY: Chipping in for energy education

Energy training programs get boost from federal grants, industry

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STUDENT LOANS: Lessening the Student Loan Load

STUDENT LOANS: Lessening the Student Loan Load

Bank of North Dakota offers unique consolidation program for residents

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Enrollment hits new high at MTI

Enrollment hits new high at MTI

With record-high enrollment for a second consecutive semester, Mitchell Technical Institute is capping the number of students it allows in certain programs.

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UND nickname plan on its way to university president

GRAND FORKS – The plan the University of North Dakota could use to pick a new nickname will be in the hands of the university’s president by the end of the day Friday, after the school’s nickname task force signed off on it.

NDSU Foundation will form committee to examine past leadership issues

FARGO -- Before the fundraising arm of North Dakota State University takes steps toward hiring a new president and CEO, its leaders hope to answer the basic questions the search prompts.

NDSCS credits 100 percent placement to targeted degree offerings

WAHPETON, N.D. – Job placement statistics heralded by the North Dakota State College of Science are impressive.

Technical education consortium to focus on training high schoolers for in-demand careers

WEST FARGO – An education partnership has been launched to help high school students in West Fargo, Fargo and Northern Cass school districts prepare for college and 21st century technical careers.

USD announces entrepreneur-in-residence program

USD announces entrepreneur-in-residence program

VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business launched its new Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) program this week with two serial entrepreneurs engaging with students and faculty to bring promising business ideas and innovations to market with commercial success.

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Dakota Wesleyan University joins effort to resolve teacher shortage

With fewer teachers for students in South Dakota's rural communities, lawmakers and educators are developing a plan to encourage other staff members at those schools to get teaching degrees.

MTI president announces retirement

MTI president announces retirement

Greg Von Wald has no set plans for his retirement years.

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ND Higher Ed board strikes conciliatory tone with lawmakers as budget talks begin

ND Higher Ed board strikes conciliatory tone with lawmakers as budget talks begin

BISMARCK – Five days after the president of the State Board of Higher Education resigned to avoid a distracting battle over her confirmation, state lawmakers started sifting through the North Dakota University System’s budget on Monday, saying they want specifics on how campuses plan to meet the system’s goals.

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Mitchell Technical Institute adds industrial maintenance program

With approval Thursday from the state Board of Education, Mitchell Technical Institute will now offer a two-year Industrial Maintenance Technology program.

Dollars at stake on both sides of UND's nickname debate

It's going to cost money whether UND picks a new nickname or not.

Doosan, Bobcat give NDSU $3M for STEM-student scholarships

Doosan, Bobcat give NDSU $3M for STEM-student scholarships

FARGO – Touted as the single largest scholarship endowment contribution in its history, North Dakota State University announced Thursday that a private gift will offer aid to students entering fields in science, technology, engineering and math.

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Diederich resigns from ND higher ed board, cites controversy with lawmakers

Diederich resigns from ND higher ed board, cites controversy with lawmakers

FARGO – Citing discontent expressed by state legislators, the chairwoman of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education submitted her resignation to the governor Wednesday.

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