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In the News: NDSU Brings Executive Education Session to Bismarck

FARGO, ND- (May 30th, 2014) Distance and Continuing Education’s Executive Education program at North Dakota State University is offering “Leadership and Management: The Essential Foundations” on Friday June 27th from 9:00am to 4:00pm in Bismarck....

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Construction Materials: Building Kids’ Imagination

This year’s STEM Camp attendees are in for an innovative and mind stimulating experience. Join us for Construction Materials, a fun and interactive class being offered to students in grades 3 – 5 on June 16th and June 23rd.

In the past, Construction...

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NDSU STEM Kids Camps Offered this Summer

FARGO, ND- (May 22nd, 2014) NDSU Distance and Continuing Education is offering STEM Kids Camps beginning on June 16th. The camps, sponsored by Ulteig, are offered to students ranging from 3rd to 8th grade with the opportunity for the students to...

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Last Session in Webinar Series Offered for NDSU Administrators

All NDSU administrators are invited to participate in the last webinar in a FREE webinar series offered by NDSU Distance and Continuing Education through its membership in the Learning Resource Network’s (LERN) Society for Faculty Development. 

 

The...

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A Lesson Learned in Corporate Crisis Management

With recent data breaches in every industry, from retail stores to banking, creating the infrastructure to support corporate crises continues to become an important challenge faced by even the largest organizations. Consumers and business people alike...

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Common Core: 7 Useful Classes to Prepare

Recently, the Common Core state standards are sparking a significant amount of debate in North Dakota. The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction provides informational resources for teachers, parents, and the public. 

In the news, here are some...

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NDSU Distance & Continuing Education Adds Online Programs

Three New Online Certificate Programs

Distance and Continuing Education at North Dakota State University (NDSU) has recently added three new online certificate programs.  All three online certificates are targeted to individuals who work with youth. Two...

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This week is National Small Business Week!

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education recognizes National Small Business Week held May 12-16th, 2014. Recognizing small businesses in the U.S. since 1963, this week highlights the significant impact of entrepreneurs to "create 21st century jobs, drive...

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Why Earn a Master’s Degree in Gerontology?

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education presents live, online, information session
May 20 at 11:30 a.m. CDT

 

Join representatives from North Dakota State University's Human Development & Family Science and Distance & Continuing Education departments...

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In the news: NDSU offers online information session for master’s degree in gerontology

Featured in: NDSU News, on 05/07/14

NDSU has scheduled a free online information session for individuals interested in earning a master’s degree in gerontology.

The session is scheduled for Tuesday, May 20, at 11:30 a.m. Attendees can participate in a...

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Information Session: Why earn a master’s degree in gerontology?

Information Session: Why earn a master's degree in gerontology?
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
11:30  to 11:50 a.m. Central Time

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Today is National Teacher Day

 

National Teacher Day is May 6, 2014. Thank you to our teachers for making a lasting impact!

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In the news: Aging News covers gerontology information session

Aging News, which covers news from the world of biogerontology (The science of aging!) published our announcement about our upcoming information session titled, Why earn a master's in gerontology? Read more gerontology news on the Aging News blog.

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NDSU Student Earns Degree Despite Set-back Due To Major Health Complications

Lacey Pike, a Human Development & Family Science student at North Dakota State University in the online child and adolescent development program, will be among the students who will receive a diploma at NDSU’s Commencement Ceremonies on May 17, 2014. ...

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