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DEAN BRESCIANI

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Dean Bresciani will continue receiving his more than $371,000 annual salary while on sabbatical and won't begin his full professorship until the fall 2023 semester.
Be an advocate for NDSU, yes, but don't invite conflict where none is necessary.
In the midst of a statewide tour, David Cook says "everything has been extremely positive."
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.

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The President Dean L. Bresciani Endowed Chair in Leadership will support campus leaders who are advancing NDSU’s mission.
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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