NDSU President’s Contract Extended

NDSU President Dean Bresciani has earned the trust of the State Board of Higher Education. In not making the decision extend his contract earlier this summer, the board had put Mr. Bresciani on kind of a de facto probation — the hope was they would see progress towards him becoming more of a team player within

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FCS Playoff Committee moves Bison to top spot in its rankings

A loss last weekend by Jacksonville State and a strength of schedule analysis have likely earned North Dakota State the top ranking as the football team heads toward the postseason. NDSU has one game remaining in the regular season with a matchup this weekend against the University of South Dakota.

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NDSU receives record $13.5 million gift for STEM scholarships

NDSU got a generous gift from a former alumnus. Harry D. McGovern gifted the University $13.5 million that will be matched with $1.2 million from the state’s challenge grant program. The dollars are earmarked towards scholarships for science and math students.

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NDSU, UND Students Developing App to Assist with 3-D Printing in Orbit

Students at NDSU and UND are working on parallel tracks to develop a satellite that will test 3-D printing in orbit. The best components from each will be combined and launched to be used in actual testing.

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New tuition plan aiming to attract out-of-state students could cost NDSU $3.3 million

The State Board of Higher Education is trying to attract more out-of-state students. The goal: turning some of those students into workers when they’re finished with school. The impact on revenues — at NDSU the program is estimated to reduce income by $3.3 million.

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NDSU football schedules Butler for game at Target Field

If you’re looking for a chance to catch an NDSU football game, the setting on August 31, 2019, looks to be a unique one. The Bison will kick off the 2019 season against Butler; the game will be played at Target Field in Minneapolis.

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NDSU awarded $2M to establish pancreatic cancer center

North Dakota State has been awarded $2 million to establish a pancreatic cancer research center. The full news release from Senator Hoeven follows below. — Official News Release, Senator Hoeven — Senator John Hoeven, who serves on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) National Institute

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NDSU Cuts $6.4 Million With Single Line Item

The State’s budget shortfall means every department has to roll back 4.05%, and they have until Wednesday to submit their plan. NDSU submitted their plans for reducing spending with a single line item reduction of $6.4 million in ‘operating expenses’.

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