NDSU Names Interim Co-directors Of Facility Management

  Fargo, N.D., May 19 – North Dakota State University Vice President of Finance and Administration Bruce Bollinger announced that budget director Karla Mongeon-Stewart and director of the physical plant at the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton Mike Ellingson will serve as interim co-directors of NDSU’s facility management department until a review…
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Search Committee Selects Three Candidates

The North Dakota State University Presidential Search Committee has selected three candidates to forward to the State Board of Higher Education. The candidates whose names will be forwarded are: Gary Miller, provost and vice president for academic affairs and research at Wichita State University; Dean Bresciani, former vice president for student affairs at Texas A&M…
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Gardner Presents Regional Vision For NDSU

NDSU presidential candidate John C. Gardner says the university is in position to be "the university of the Great Plains." He outlined his vision for the university during a public forum May 7. Gardner, who was the final of four candidates to visit campus, is vice president for economic development and global engagement at Washington…
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Final Presidential Candidate To Present Open Forum Today

Today, NDSU presidential candidate John Gardner, vice president of economic development and global engagement at Washington State University in Seattle, will present an open forum for campus and community members from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Festival Concert Hall of the Reineke Fine Arts Center. A media opportunity is scheduled beforehand from 10 a.m.…
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Frantz Announces Resignation

Bruce Frantz, director of facilities management at North Dakota State University, has submitted a letter of resignation effective May 17, 2010. Vice President of Finance and Administration, Bruce Bollinger, said that the resignation was a mutual agreement. “Our discussions revolved around the ongoing scrutiny of capital projects at NDSU, specifically those covered in the recent…
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