BISMARCK – The State Board of Higher Education on Thursday passed a resolution of “full support” for Chancellor Hamid Shirvani.
But three members of the eight-person board voted against the resolution during a special conference call, and several said there needs to be more discussion to address underlying communication issues that plague the board.
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s State Board of Higher Education has scheduled a second special meeting this month regarding Chancellor Hamid Shirvani on Thursday.
BISMARCK – A new sex education program launched by two North Dakota State University faculty members in partnership with Planned Parenthood could once again be in limbo.
BISMARCK – Relentless scrutiny of North Dakota’s higher education system is nothing new, Gov. Jack Dalrymple said Friday.
But the fractured relationship between some legislators and embattled Chancellor Hamid Shirvani may be stirring the pot even more.
FARGO – An inquiry into allegations about Chancellor Hamid Shirvani has found “no substantive evidence of willful wrongdoing,” North Dakota University System General Counsel Claire Holloway said Thursday.
BISMARCK – All eyes may be on Bismarck on Thursday when the State Board of Higher Education discusses allegations that the board and Chancellor Hamid Shirvani may have violated open meetings law.
BISMARCK – The state Board of Higher Education will likely meet in May to discuss “disturbing information and allegations” about embattled Chancellor Hamid Shirvani.
MOORHEAD – The 232 applicants to Minnesota State University Moorhead who recently were told their acceptance had been rescinded now will be offered admission for the 2013 fall semester.
MOORHEAD – After getting an acceptance letter for the 2013 fall semester, more than 200 applicants to Minnesota State University Moorhead recently were notified they actually didn’t get in and likely won’t be accepted to the university.
‘Sun Beam’ born with form of spina bifida
FARGO - Dale Herman made a career out of finding and developing plants hardy enough to withstand the unforgiving winters here.
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