Transition

This is the first of frequent updates University Relations will provide during the transition to NDSU’s 14th president.  The information also will be posted at www.ndsu.edu/news/transition.   November 6, 2009   •  President Chapman remains at NDSU through Nov. 30 NDSU President Joseph A. Chapman will remain in office through Nov. 30. Chapman is completing…
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NDSU Implements Online Screening For Suicide And Depression

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 80 percent of college students who died by suicide did not seek help from their institution’s counseling center. In cooperation with the foundation and its North Dakota chapter, the North Dakota State University Counseling Center has begun using an interactive Web-based screening program to identify, engage and…
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Hanson Named Interim President Of NDSU

The State Board of Higher Education voted to name Richard A. Hanson interim president of NDSU on Oct. 23. He currently is president of Waldorf College, Forest City, Iowa. Prior to joining Waldorf College, he was vice president for academic affairs and dean at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D., from 1995 to 2005. He also…
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Chapman Praises NDSU Successes In State Of University Address

The past decade has been a time of accomplishment and advancement at NDSU, and more achievements are expected in the future. That was the assessment of President Joseph A. Chapman during his 2009 State of the University Address delivered Oct. 1 in Festival Concert Hall.   Chapman, who became NDSU’s 13th president in June 1999,…
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NDSU State Of The University Address

            Joseph A. Chapman, president of North Dakota State University, is scheduled to present the annual State of the University Address on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 11 a.m. in Festival Concert Hall.              Chapman, who became NDSU’s 13th president in June 1999, is expected to discuss a…
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