THE NEW FORTY The house that Joe built...
Let me say for the record, "I am FED UP with the fall-out from Joe Chapman." I was going to say, "I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore", but ... Posted on 5/7/10 at 3:53 AM
STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Friday 10/16
Friday was another journey into The Dark Side. No Erik Matson producing the program. This meant... no update here on Area Voices. Oh, I could have done it... but it was my one-day pr... Posted on 10/18/09 at 3:47 PM
STAFF BLOG GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG On the radio today
I should do a better job of plugging the radio show the days I'm on it, at least.
Today I'll be on "Sports Talk" at 1 p.m. at 970-AM WDAY. Joining me will be Heath Hotzler, Jeff Kolpack and ... Posted on 10/15/09 at 7:17 AM
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.
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.
Higher ed board: Foundation should pay for entire house project cost
Two major players in the ongoing saga about the North Dakota State University president’s house have reached a stalemate over who should pay about $142,000 of cost overruns.
UND officials defend use of public money for part of president’s home
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – North Dakota Board of Higher Education officials concluded Friday that they were not clear with university officials that state money was not to be used in building new homes for the institutions’ presidents.
Tu-Uyen Tran, Grand Forks Herald
, October 17, 2009
University system attorney says rules not followed It doesn’t explicitly say any laws were broken, but a report by the North Dakota University System’s attorney – dated the same day North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman resigned – implies NDSU and University of North Dakota officials broke the rules when overspending on new presidents’ homes.
The state Board of Higher Education will hold a special meeting in about a week to discuss naming an interim North Dakota State University president, following the group’s unanimous acceptance Thursday of Joseph Chapman’s resignation.
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