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In The News: Holistic health care: Fargo conference to discuss alternative medicine

Published in: The Forum, She Says section, 11/6/2011, Written by Patrick Springer

http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/339464/group/shesays/

Article Title: Holistic health care: Fargo conference to discuss alternative medicine

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In The News: Distance and Continuing Education offers money management sessions

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 20, 10/31/11

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education will hold four money management workshops presented by Todd Olson, certified financial planner, in the SGC Building, 1919 University Drive N.,...

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In The News: Distance and Continuing Education to host technology training

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 20, 10/31/11

Distance and Continuing Education to host technology training

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education announced a recent partnership with a technology learning solutions organization,...

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In the news: State Board approves joint master’s degree program

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 19, 10/14/11

Note: This program is NDSU Distance and Continuing Education's newest online degree program. The Experience Uganda study tour is the cornerstone experience for this program.

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Conference Planning Services and Beyond

Have you ever attended a conference and thought about all that goes into the planning and hosting of an event of that caliber and thought your organization would never have the time, staff, or other resources to put all of that together? With the help of...

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Student Story: Online Classes Help to Manage Multiple Majors

Hard-working student Mercedes Lee is no stranger to getting ahead in the game of completing her education. A student triple-majoring in crop and weed science, management communication, and women and gender studies, Lee had to find a way to be able to...

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NDSU DCE Keeps You Connected!

Whether you are a high school student thinking about college, full-time NDSU student, K-12 professional, business person, or someone thinking about furthering your education, visiting Distance and Continuing Education’s web site might mean you are...

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Teaching the Mechanics of Personal Finance

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Educating educators on teaching personal finances to high school students is the main objective for Jesse Jurgenson’s practicum experience.  Jurgenson has always been interested in financial literacy, which prompted his decision to go back to school...

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In the news: A Decade of Graduate Courses For Teachers without the Frustration

Published 6/29/11 on PRWeb

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/6/prweb8597449.htm

Article title: A Decade of Graduate Courses For Teachers without the Frustration

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In the news: Institute of Transportation Engineers recognizes NDSU leader

Published 6/3/11 on the NDSU website

Denver Tolliver, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute associate director, will receive the 2011 Innovation in Education Award from the Institute of Transportation Engineers' Transportation Education Council at...

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In the news: Fitzgerald recognized as Great Plains IDEA Faculty Fellow

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 9, 5/13/2011

Fitzgerald recognized as Great Plains IDEA Faculty Fellow

Margaret Fitzgerald, associate professor of human development and family science, was recognized with the Great Plains...

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Field Observation: Ludwig Seifert, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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At Queen Elizabeth National Park it is 11 P.M. and while most people are asleep, Ludwig Siefert, is just getting started. Siefert is a wildlife and...

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Preparing Communities for the Aging Population

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Colette Iseminger knows what communities in Minnesota and North Dakota need to do in order to prepare for an increasingly aging population. Iseminger, graduated this December from North Dakota State University with a Master of Science in Human...

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In the News: Teaching Under Fire and Online From ‘Mortaritaville’ in Iraq

Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education 10/05/2009 Written by Ben Terris
http://chronicle.com/article/Teaching-Online-From/48677/

Article Title: In the News: Teaching Under Fire and Online From 'Mortaritaville' in Iraq

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