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FORUM EXCLUSIVE: Audit papers reveal Joseph Chapman's grip on North Dakota State Press Pass Archive

FORUM EXCLUSIVE: Audit papers reveal Joseph Chapman's grip on North Dakota State

BISMARCK – Documents used to compile an audit provide further details about former North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman’s role in controversial construction projects and shed light on what led up to two other resignations.

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NDSU's top building official says audit had role in his exit Press Pass Archive

NDSU's top building official says audit had role in his exit

Frantz defends his tenure at university
Bruce Frantz said an audit critical of North Dakota State University building projects played a role in his stepping down from his job as the top building official on the campus.

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NDSU president asked vice president to quit Press Pass Archive

NDSU president asked vice president to quit

Hanson changes tune over Adams’ departure
North Dakota State University President Dick Hanson did an about-face Thursday, saying he did ask his vice president to resign.

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Separation pay more than $66,000 for vice president who quit Press Pass Archive

North Dakota State University will pay John Adams’ salary and benefits for four months after his Wednesday resignation, amounting to about $66,325.

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NDSU vice president resigns, indicts Chapman in letter Press Pass Archive

NDSU vice president resigns, indicts Chapman in letter

Joseph Chapman intimidated his chief finance officer to push a remodeling project forward without proper approval and ignored repeated warnings about projected budget shortfalls, according to a detailed resignation letter from that officer.

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Chapman takes no blame for NDSU president's house cost overruns Press Pass Archive

Chapman takes no blame for NDSU president's house cost overruns

Joseph Chapman accepts no blame for the president’s house controversy in a recent national interview and calls the magnitude of the cost overruns “amazing.”

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Input sought in NDSU president search Press Pass Archive

The North Dakota State University presidential search committee wants input as it develops the job requirements.

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Hanson begins duties as interim head of NDSU Press Pass Archive

FARGO — The interim president of North Dakota State University has begun his duties.

10 questions with Joseph Chapman Press Pass Archive

10 questions with Joseph Chapman

Today is President Joseph Chapman’s last day at North Dakota State University.

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Thanks and goodbyes at Chapman gathering Press Pass Archive

Thanks and goodbyes at Chapman gathering

North Dakota State University has a new word to propose for the dictionary: Joe-mentum.

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Fargo mayor proclaims today Joe Chapman Day Press Pass Archive

FARGO – Today is Joe Chapman Day in Fargo.

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Chapman reception scheduled Wednesday Press Pass Archive

A farewell reception for North Dakota Sate University President Joseph Chapman and his wife, Gale, will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Union Brostrom Lounge on campus.

Chapmans' farewell reception planned for Nov. 18 Press Pass Archive

FARGO – A farewell reception for North Dakota Sate University President Joseph A. and Gale Chapman will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Union Brostrom Lounge on campus.

NDSU President Chapman will step down Nov. 30, more than a month earlier than date in his resignation letter Press Pass Archive

Fargo -- North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman will step down from that role Nov. 30, more than a month earlier than the Jan. 2 depature date he indicated in his October resignation letter to the state board of higher education.

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Chancellor pledges progress Press Pass Archive

Chancellor pledges progress

Goetz says NDSU won’t lose sight of goals amid president search
Chancellor Bill Goetz assured faculty, staff and students Thursday that North Dakota State University’s transition to a new president will not hurt the school’s progress.

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