Business Associate Dean Named

John Bitzan, professor of management, has been named associate dean for accreditation and research in the NDSU College of Business. His new duties began on Jan. 2. His responsibilities include working with the dean and department chairs to assure continued accreditation for the college; implementing and overseeing changes to advance the college’s research focus and…
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NDSU Counseling Center Offers Sessions With Dogs

NDSU’s Pawsitive Relaxation program proves a little help from a four-legged friend can go a long way. The program, sponsored by the NDSU Counseling Center, gives NDSU students a chance to reduce stress by hanging out with one of the center’s registered therapy dogs. During one-hour sessions, students can feel the comfort and peace that…
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Narratives Reading Scheduled For NDSU

Fargo South High School is set to present “Journey to America Narrative Short Stories: Volume 4” Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the NDSU Memorial Union Arikara room. The event is free and open to the public. For the project, South High School English students from around the world compose short…
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Gunlogson Research Presentation To Address Boarding School History

Denise Lajimodiere, NDSU assistant professor of educational leadership, is scheduled to present the Gunlogson Research Presentation titled “Bitter Tears” on Wednesday, Jan. 31, at noon in the Memorial Union’s Arikara room. Lajimodiere, who is a former elementary teacher and principal, will discuss the American Indian boarding school era and general boarding school history, along with…
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Science, Religion Seminar To Discuss Gluten-Free Diets

The next Science, Religion and Lunch Seminar, hosted by the Northern Plains Ethics Institute, is set to feature Jane Schuh, NDSU professor and associate director of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station. She is scheduled to present “No Rømmegrøt for You! Controversies over Gluten-Free Diets” Tuesday, Jan. 23, from noon to 1 p.m. in the…
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