Author: Chris Erickson

The 2022 Theodore Roosevelt Symposium kicked off Thursday, September 15th. The three-day event will explore the athletic world of athletics around the turn of the 20th Century and how modern sports subsequently developed. NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott participated in the activities on Thursday evening, to include...

An initiative to expand digital curriculums throughout North Dakota University System (NDUS) has found some early successes at Bismarck State College (BSC). Through its Palo Alto Networks (PAN) Academy, BSC has already trained two dozen educators in bringing computer science instruction into the K-12 classroom. According...

At its latest meeting, the State Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to approve increases for the state’s public college and university presidents starting at two percent. During the meeting, the SBHE expressed its deep appreciation and gratitude for the presidents’ service and continued commitment to...

The State Board of Higher Education held its last meeting for the 2022 fiscal year this week, and during the meeting the governing body talked extensively about executive contracts and budgets for the upcoming year. Early in the meeting the Board moved into executive session to...

The State Board of Higher Education reviewed its self-assessment procedure this week, in addition to hearing a presentation from Dickinson State University and an update on North Dakota University System strategy. Board member Danita Bye briefed the Board on the executive summary of the Board self-assessment,...

Fourteen North Dakota community college students have been named to the 2022 All-North Dakota Academic Team, which recognizes the academic achievements of community college students. Members of the team and the colleges they attend are as follows:   Ashley Kaiser, Bismarck State College Jaden Mitzel, Bismarck State College Shaelyn...

After hours of interviews and deliberations over the final three candidates, the State Board of Higher Education unanimously named Rod L. Flanigan, Ph.D., as the new president of North Dakota State College of Science and granted him tenured faculty status in the Technologies and Services...