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National Day of Listening

After Thanksgiving dinner do you plan on waiting up till all hours of the night for the Black Friday shopping deals and then pushing past the crowds only to find what you were waiting for is sold out? There is a better way to spend the day after...

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Fun Fact Friday: The year NDSU Athletics moved to Division One

The first Division One football game played in North Dakota was by the NDSU Bison on August 28th, 2004. The Fargodome was sold out as the team beat Valparaiso 52-0.

The NDSU Magazine from Fall 2004 provided coverage with an article titled, “A Snap for...

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Lifelong Learning: 10 Classes to Take for Fun

“The value of a college education is not the learning of many facts, but the training of the mind to think” – Albert Einstein

A myriad of people would argue that Albert Einstein is still the smartest person to have ever lived. This quote was made...

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Last day to Drop classes with ‘W’ record

Today is the last day to drop classes with 'W' record. For more information go to...

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14 Nov

Fun Fact Friday: When is the first day of finals?

The NDSU Office of Registration and Records posts the official final examination schedule annually. For the fall 2014 semester, final exams start on Monday, December 15th.  The schedule for final exams is determined based on the regular class meeting...

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Standout as a Middle School Teacher

Want to teach middle school and be a step ahead of others looking for careers in the same field? If so, explore these professional development credits approved for use towards the North Dakota Education Standards and Practices Board (ESPB) Middle School...

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Cyber Security Tip: Use Caution When Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspots

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Free public Wi-Fi at coffee shops, libraries, restaurants and hotels make these locations ideal for studying, grading, writing and researching off campus and on-the-go.

While instant and free access to the Internet is convenient, using these wireless...

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Free online tools you’ll want to use.

The college experience can be stressful with everything students have to manage: staying organized, doing research, and writing papers. We have a few solutions for you to make college life a little easier. We have reviewed some of the top online tools and...

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Stay Connected with NDSU Through These Traditional and Social Media Resources

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Thanks to the Internet and social media, keeping in touch with what is happening at NDSU is now easier than ever, even for our online out-of-state students.  Most individuals now have some type of social media they follow regularly to receive the news. ...

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USDLA offers free webinars during National Distance Learning week

NDSU faculty and staff who work with online students are invited to participate in a variety of free webinars sponsored by the United States Distance Learning Association during National Distance Learning week held November 10-14, 2014.  What follows is a...

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Movember

Movember, the month of November, is the month to raise awareness for prostate & testicular cancer. Men grow a Mo (Mo is Aussie slang for moustache, where Movember began) for 30 days in an effort to get family and friends to donate to the cause. Visit ...

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Get Answers to Your Retirement Planning Questions

According to a Bankrate.com survey that made national news headlines this year, one third of all people have nothing saved for retirement. 

Steve Stremick, a licensed investment professional and the instructor of the upcoming retirement planning...

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5 Classes to Develop Your Inner Writer

Is what you write worth reading? In honor of the 6th Annual National Day of Writing and the announcement NDSU becomes a National Writing Project Site, we encourage you to enhance your writing skills.    

Research from a University of California study...

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Severe Winter Weather Awareness Week

A message from the NDSU University Police & Safety Office:

With the beautiful fall we have been experiencing on campus it is easy to forget about the coming winter months.  It is important to get re-acquainted with the realities of winter in North...

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Make a Difference Day

Make a Difference Day, the fourth Saturday in October, is a national day of community service, celebrating the power people have to make a difference.  Make your difference in the world today by doing volunteer work in your community.  Interested...

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