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NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

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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.
Richardton resident Josie Wicks has been named Outstanding Graduate in the NDSU School of Nursing at Sanford Health, Bismarck, Class of May 2022.
Dr. Vernon Smith is speaking this week at North Dakota State University's Challey Institute as a part of the Menard Family's Distinguished Speakers Series. His work has focused on natural resources, experimental economics, and the roles trust, love, and empathy play in society.

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North Dakota State University's Pre-Vet Club hosted a camp for children interested in becoming a veterinarian.
North Dakota State University Extension Center Dickinson on Monday began the process of clearing an area intended to be used for the construction of a 53-spot parking lot.
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Third team in 3 seasons for former NDSU star.
Despite becoming one of the top paid public officials in North Dakota, David Cook's pay will fall below the median president salary for public colleges that offer doctoral degrees in the U.S.
The University of Kansas administrator will take over for President Dean Bresciani, who has been at NDSU since 2010.
Outgoing NDSU President Dean Bresciani, measured by his job performance as the leader of an academic institution, was not good at his job. That's why his contract wasn't renewed by the state Board of Higher Education. Yet he's widely seen as a successful president because of the success of NDSU's football team during his tenure, a reflection of the same cruddy priorities that lead the NDSU Foundation to raise 10 times more for athletic scholarships than they did for math/science scholarships.

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David Cook, Mary Holz-Clause and Hesham El-Rewini will move on to the final round as they compete to replace NDSU President Dean Bresciani.
The five finalists were chosen from a national pool of 47 applicants and will be interviewed on the NDSU campus in February.
NDSU's Rockey Kreuser has a big night in the Bison's road win.

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