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Potts withdraws from ND higher ed board chancellor search

Robert Potts has withdrawn from the search for the next North Dakota University System chancellor.

ARCHITECTURE: Designing a Successful Expansion

ARCHITECTURE: Designing a Successful Expansion

JLG Architects grows from small firm to regional powerhouse

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Submissions for new UND nickname accepted throughout April

Submissions for a new UND nickname should be accepted throughout April, the university's new nickname committee decided Wednesday.

University of Mary to host Bismarck's first TEDx event

BISMARCK, N.D.­­­­­­ — The University of Mary has partnered with TEDx as TEDxUMary to bring their first live event to campus and the Bismarck-Mandan area.

UND considers cuts

BISMARCK - Programs, employees, pay raises and a variety of other essential services would be on the chopping block at the University of North Dakota if lawmakers move forward with the higher education funding bill as it is.

Hettinger Extension Center scientists try to determine what’s important to producers

Hettinger Extension Center scientists try to determine what’s important to producers

HETTINGER — Started as a small dairy operation built in 1909, the North Dakota State University Hettinger Research Extension Center in far south North Dakota, has grown to include four different research areas, several additional buildings and sheep.

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NCTC ends massage therapy, digital media programs

Haley Kujava is a sophomore at Northland Community and Technical College but as a massage therapist she makes almost $50 an hour, works about two days each week and gets to make her own schedule, all thanks to enrolling in her school's massage program.

North Dakota graduating fewer economically disadvantaged students

Fewer North Dakota students classified as economically disadvantaged graduated high school in 2012-2013, an ongoing trend the state Department of Public Instruction cannot explain.

UND to house Williston State HR personnel

Williston State College is partnering with UND to house some back end financial aid and human resources employees as the oil field-based college struggles to find and keep its own workers.

NCTC president-elect visits campus, receives warm welcome

NCTC president-elect visits campus, receives warm welcome

The foyer at Northland Community and Technical College was filled with smiles Thursday as the school's president-elect took the podium.

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‘By far our best year ever’: MSUM raises almost $9 million since July

‘By far our best year ever’: MSUM raises almost $9 million since July

MOORHEAD – It’s been a good fundraising year for Minnesota State University Moorhead – “by far our best year ever,” said President Anne Blackhurst.

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Former ND higher ed chancellor who resigned amid controversy re-applies for job

Former ND higher ed chancellor who resigned amid controversy re-applies for job

BISMARCK – The North Dakota University System has received 19 applicants for its top position, including one who’s already held the role and left amid heated controversy with the president of North Dakota State University.

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NDSU cyber security event logs mega turnout

Fargo - Turnout was healthy Tuesday for an all-day cyber security conference held at North Dakota State University.

NDSU foundation, alumni association consider merger

NDSU foundation, alumni association consider merger

FARGO – Should North Dakota State University’s Development Foundation merge with its Alumni Association?

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Deficit reaches $2.7 million for UND's Energy and Environmental Research Center

UND's Energy and Environmental Research Center still had a budget deficit at the end of 2014.

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