Project To Address Good Government In North Dakota

NDSU’s Northern Plains Ethics Institute is set to host a conversation about “What is Good Government in North Dakota?” Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Union Badlands room. The discussion will feature Jim Shaw, Forum Communications columnist and former KVRR-TV news director, and Nicholas Bauroth, associate professor of political science and director…
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Northern Crops Institute Hires Director

The Northern Crops Institute, located on the NDSU campus, has hired Mark Jirik as director. Jirik replaces Mark Weber, who will retire from the institute in December after serving as director for six years. Jirik earned his master’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Illinois and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from…
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President’s Council Updates Mission

The NDSU President’s Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs has updated its mission to support academics by increasing and sustaining all aspects of student well-being. The updated mission reflects an evolution that brings together three programs, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy, and Health Promotion. The programs have all been actively involved…
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Student Writing To Be Showcased

NDSU is set to host the third annual Showcase of Student Writing, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. The NDSU community and the public are invited to attend. The event will celebrate the achievements of student writers and highlight the diverse range of…
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NDSU Giving Day Is Here

NDSU Giving Day is here and we are off to a strong start! So far, we’ve raised $122,945 and we’re just getting started. Today, you can make a difference at NDSU. Please consider a donation at http://www.ndsugivingday.com . #Give2NDSU