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DEAN BRESCIANI

In a local radio interview, Bresciani listed several boxes that would need to be checked before NDSU could consider moving to an FBS conference — and he raised the possibility that the school's athletic department fundraising has nearly reached its peak.
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Dean Bresciani wraps up his presidency at North Dakota State University in Fargo on May 16, nearly a year after his contract was not renewed.
"Despite having to run a university hit with massive budget cuts and the loss of dozens of faculty members, NDSU achieved an impressive record under Bresciani's watch," writes InForum columnist Jim Shaw.
The President Dean L. Bresciani Endowed Chair in Leadership will support campus leaders who are advancing NDSU’s mission.

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David Cook and outgoing President Dean Bresciani celebrated the NDSU Foundation's endowment growth to more than $450 million.
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If university is to escape bumbling board's Bresciani decision unscathed, it's up to committee to make proper choices
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They are five names left in the running to be the next president at North Dakota State, a job that entails multitasking on a daily basis at its best.
The job duties of public university presidents should be focused exclusively on the reason why the public built and funded the universities in the first place, which is academic endeavors. Sports enterprises should be left to other leaders.
Dean Bresciani has been a part of all eight FCS national titles.
NDSU president was selected to two elite committees that hope to transform the NCAA, the body that governs college sports. The work of one is completed and will be voted on in 2022. The work of the other begins after Jan. 1.

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The North Dakota University System declined to say ahead of the meeting how many people applied to replace President Dean Bresciani. The committee also didn't disclose how many applicants it would interview in Minneapolis next month.
Chancellor Mark Hagerott asked the state attorney general to review the law that was passed this spring.
President highlights accomplishments in last state of the university address

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