NDSU Distance & Continuing Education (DCE)

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Presenter Highlight: Ann Dolence

Book Recommendation:

Born A Healer, by Chunyi Lin

The first book I read about Spring Forest Qigong . This book builds focus, confidence, and a connection to a higher power, as well as determination.

"Take the time to know your life purpose because it...

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In the news: Teachers take part in Leadership Academy

Featured in: West Fargo Pioneer, on 08/26/14

 

Fourteen West Fargo school teachers are the first in North Dakota to participate in North Dakota State University’s new Leadership Academy Master’s Program. 

 

The Academy, one of few in the nation,...

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Tackling the Common Core: 3 Useful Classes to Prepare

With the introduction of new common core standards throughout schools, it is important that teachers everywhere stay up-to-date. To learn about these new standards and how to implement them in your  classroom, check out these three distance-based course...

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Fun Fact Friday: Home management house

Did you know... in the 1920s through the early 1980s, students in the Family and Consumer Sciences Education program at NDSU had to live in the Home Management House for one quarter to learn how to properly manage a home.  The course instructor also lived...

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Presenter Highlight: Rick Holmberg

Memorable Professional Story:

When I told a stock trader, who had lost over $300 million in one day, to remember that I don't do pity and if he wanted pity to call his Mom. He needed me to tell him the truth and to reframe his current situation and not...

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ND Behavioral Health Conference

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Events

Update Your Resume Month

September is Update Your Resume month. Whether you are looking for a new job or your first job, starting or updating your resume is a top priority. Fine tune your resume this month with help from NDSU’s Career Center. They have online resources and...

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National College Colors Day

Show your school spirit today, August 30, by sporting NDSU green and gold attire. For those who can’t wear casual attire, wear a Bison green and gold tie or pair of socks to show your Bison pride.  Don’t have any in your closet? Check out One Herd or...

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Questions to ask yourself when considering adding or dropping a class

It is about a week away from the deadline to add classes or drop classes for a 100 percent refund.  Now is a good time to evaluate whether or not adding another class or dropping a class is right for you. There are many things to consider when making the...

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Presenter Highlight: David Boehm

Memorable Professional Story: 

As a requirement for my Master's Degree, I had to present a seminar, not related to my research, which was open to the department faculty, students, and to the public.  I picked a controversial topic that drew the interest...

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TURNING A PASSION FOR FASHION INTO A CAREER.

Live, online, information session to be held September 19 at 3:30 p.m. CDT

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Apparel and clothing are important parts of society but fashion isn’t just picking out cute clothes.  Fashion has far reaching effects like the influence dress and appearance...

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Press Releases

Myth Busters: Online Education

How much do you know about online degrees at North Dakota State University? There are a number of misconceptions about online education. Today, we’re going to get the facts straight on a couple of myths about online classes.

Myth 1: Classes online are...

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The vital report online students should be checking

There is one vital report that online students, and really any student at NDSU, should be checking.  In order to successfully progress towards graduation you need to know what classes you still need to complete.  This may leave you wondering "What classes...

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