NDSU Closing Child Care Center

Fargo, N.D. March 9, 2011 — North Dakota State University is closing its Center for Child Development. Child care services will be offered through June 17 and the center will be closed June 30. “This is an unfortunate reality, but all expenses not core and central to the university’s academic mission have to be examined…
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NDSU Provost Search Committee Pares Down List Of Candidates

North Dakota State University’s provost search committee selected seven candidates on Feb. 23 to bring in for off-site interviews for university provost. The interviews are scheduled March 5 and 6 at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo. The candidates selected are: Bradley Fenwick, professor in the Department of Pathobiology at University of Tennessee; formerly vice…
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NDSU Reaches Top National Rank Of Carnegie Commission On Higher Education

Feb. 15, 2011- North Dakota State University has joined the nation’s top 108 public and private universities in the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education’s elite category of “Research Universities/Very High Research Activity.”  The complete list can be found at: http://classifications.carnegiefoundation.org/lookup_listings/srp.php?clq=%7B%22basic2005_ids%22%3A%2215%22%7D&limit=0,50 “The Carnegie Commission announcement is an exciting recognition of NDSU’s emerging national status,” said NDSU President…
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NDSU Provost Search Moves Ahead

North Dakota State University’s provost search committee selected 11 potential candidates for a university provost on Feb. 9. Two-member teams will check the listed references for: Howard Grimes, vice president for research and dean of the graduate school at Washington State University; Priscilla Nelson, professor of civil and environmental engineering at New Jersey Institute of…
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NDSU Spring Enrollment Reflects Student Success

North Dakota State University’s focus on student success resulted in an enrollment increase for the 12th year in a row to 13,533 students in the university’s undergraduate, professional and graduate programs compared with 13,411 students a year ago. The official enrollment figures, which are compiled following the fourth week of classes, were announced Feb. 8.…
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