RENEW ND Better than the cover of Rolling Stone
FM Matbus is this months cover feature of national Mass Transit magazine. It's the first time they've ever put two people on their cover, but they wanted to honor the way Fargo and Moorhead work toget... Posted on 2/7/13 at 8:10 AM
THE NEW FORTY I am outcome-focused...
I missed Parade Magazine's annual report onthe amount of moneyfolks across the U.S. make.I wasn't all that disappointed about missing it as it always left me feeling like a loser - well, at least as f... Posted on 4/25/12 at 6:30 PM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Pretty good company
During last week's meeting of the state Board of Higher Education, NDSU President Dean Bresciani highlighted that all NDSUDivision I fall sportsteamsadvanced to postseason play this year. Bresciani n... Posted on 12/20/10 at 4:51 PM
NDSU NEWS Bresciani: NDSU, state have 'window of opportunity'
Fargo, N.D., Sept. 30 - North Dakota State University President Dean L. Bresciani says a rare "window of opportunity" exists in North Dakota, and challenged the campus community to imagine the opportu... Posted on 9/30/10 at 1:25 PM
Opposition from students leads to reversal of proposal
A proposal to charge North Dakota State University business students a new fee is “off the table” after students voiced their opposition, President Dean Bresciani said Friday.
A lack of resources, inadequate facilities and difficulty attracting graduate students are among the challenges highlighted for North Dakota State University in campus focus group reports to the new president.
North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani’s first state of the university address was well thought out, and as a state senator who represents the NDSU campus and a state senator who is an alumnus and sees the far-reaching effect of the university beyond the Red River Valley, we were inspired by his challenge to all of us.
Sen. Tom Fiebiger and Sen. Ryan Taylor
, October 20, 2010
NDSU spent $24,000 for unused hotel rooms, $15,000 for seminars North Dakota State University officials agree with state auditor findings that spending $24,000 for unused hotel rooms and $15,000 for Tony Robbins seminars was not a good use of taxpayer money.
WASHINGTON – Sen. Kent Conrad met Wednesday with North Dakota State University’s new president, Dean Bresciani, to discuss efforts to work together to promote economic development in the Red River Valley.
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